Is the red planet turning blue? Experts were stunned with blue dunes found on Mars. But aside from the mesmerizing colors, the cloud-hued dunes may also provide a peek into the planet's past.
NASA and two institutions have renewed their search for Antarctic meteorites to learn more about the earliest building blocks of the solar system and Earth’s moon and neighboring planets.
The Surface Exploration Suit (SES) includes features that will allow the scientists to work on the surface of Mars without being harmed by its harsh weather conditions.
Before being hailed as the presumptive President of the United States of America, Donald Trump has openly declared to the public that he will eliminate many policies implemented by President Barack Obama. Trump's public speeches suggest space exploration will not be neglected during his administration.
It looked like the ancient "ice cauldrons" we have on Earth, that formed when volcanos erupted under the ice sheets of Iceland and Greenland.
Business analysts say Elon Musk and his empire might suffer under the Trump administration, but Musk is confident that it won't make much of a difference.
Thanks to Microsoft HoloLens and NASA, setting foot on Mars without falling off the face of the Earth is now possible through virtual reality.
New evidence points out that Mars might be too dry for life.
After Donald Trump won the elections, many people expressed their intent to join Elon Musk's mission to Mars on Twitter.
The findings weaken the conclusions of a 2015 study which suggested that salty liquid water potentially flowed intermittently on present-day Mars.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will focus NASA’s efforts in exploring the farthest reaches of the solar system and visiting Europa, Jupiter’s icy moon.
The new docuseries called 'Mars' by National Geographic will attempt to inject more scientifically accurate information to the show by using interviews from actual scientists and experts.
Since 2003, the spacecraft has never been found again, until in 2015 when it was announced that Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) spotted and photographed the "ill-fated spacecraft."
Alien life might have been possible in an area recently discovered by scientists