The ExoMars mission still continues despite the Schiaparelli lander’s failure to touch down the surface of Mars.
Despite the loss of Schiaparelli lander, ESA's ExoMars probe will push through with the help of the Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) that successfully swung into place.
Life on Mars may have been discovered earlier than we have ever imagined. A recent study says that the scientific community might have overlooked the findings of two NASA probes, Viking 1 and Viking 2, that landed on Mars in 1976.
NASA's MAVEN probe identified fluctuating amount of water escape from the Martian atmosphere.
Until now, it seems quite likely that the ExoMars Schiaparelli did not have a soft landing.
There's been a lot of suspense surrounding ExoMars Schiaparelli's touchdown on Mars' surface. Now, the European Space Agency (ESA) has announced today that they lost contact with the spacecraft one minute before its touchdown to the red planet's surface.
ESA's lander Schiaparelli is currently being hunted by engineers as the signal was cut before it was supposed to touch down on Mars.
Musk found himself a competitor with Boeing, another commercial space flight company, who's CEO recently announced that he plans to beat Musk to Mars. The question now is, whose human-carrying rocket will make it to Mars first?
A different kind of Mars can be seen in one of MAVEN's infrared image of the red planet.
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) will perform a critical engine burn to be captured into the orbit of Mars.
ESA's Schiaparelli lander will arrive on Mars on Oct. 19 after a 3-day descent.
Europe’s Schiaparelli Mars lander has successfully separated from its mothership and is on target to land on the Red Planet.
Interplanetary travel, most especially the Journey to Mars will always require a huge amount of money to execute, but experts say it is a worthy investment.
Scientists believe that understanding the mysterious impact crater on the surface of Martian moon Phobos will greatly benefit and help protect the Earth from future asteroid impacts.