Billionaire Elon Musk wanted to send humans to Mars. But that's not all, he wanted to send one million residents to the red planet.
SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk published a paper revealing more details about his plan of building a self-sustaining city on Mars. SpaceX is also working on interplanetary transport system that is capable of sending humans to Mars or even beyond.
NASA may conduct a yearlong manned mission to the moon before its scheduled Journey to Mars in 2030. The lunar mission will test equipment and technology intended to be used for the red planet.
President Donald Trump, during his congratulatory call to astronaut Peggy Whitson on the ISS, said he wanted to speed up the efforts in order to send humans to Mars sooner. He even asked if the esteemed astronaut is interested in flying to the red planet.
Lockheed Martin unveiled its Mars Base Camp concept that is capable of housing six astronauts bound for the Red planet. The base camp will be integrated with the Orion capsules.
Mars One delays its plan to colonize Mars to 2031. The new timeline suggests that the first Mars colonizers will leave Earth in 2031 instead of 2026 and reach Mars by 2032.
NASA will use Alexa-enabled robots for their mission to Mars in 2020 that might land a spacecraft on the red planet.
ESA asked member nations Friday to cough up an extra 400 million euros ($425 million) to complete the ExoMars exploration of the Red Planet.
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.
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.
The findings weaken the conclusions of a 2015 study which suggested that salty liquid water potentially flowed intermittently on present-day Mars.
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."
Leaked documents allegedly from NASA claim that a fuel-free warp drive engine is capable of sending humans to Mars in only 10 weeks.