Recent findings by the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Life Institute (SETI) suggest that there are iron and calcium-rich carbonate deposits underneath the surface of Mars.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope managed to capture another stunning photograph of Mars.
Mars opposition will occur starting May 22. During this time, Mars will be closest to Earth and will be bigger and brighter when seen through a telescope.
College students are presenting their robotics technology in NASA's 7th Annual NASA Robotic Mining Competition, a crowd sourcing campaign to find a robotic mining technology for the journey to Mars.
The Curiosity Rover which has been observing the surface of Mars since 2012 also found out that the red planet also has changing weather.
SpaceX is developing Red Dragon for an unmanned mission to land on Mars in 2018.
NASA released their 'roadmap' on how they plan to conquer the red planet. It is divided into three phase, the Earth reliant, Proving ground and Earth Independent category.
The curiosity about Mars increases with the discovery of atomic oxygen in its atmosphere; let's look at some of the facts about the red planet which may interest us.
Nili Fossae Trough is known to be the most colorful region on Mars. Aside from the prominent red color, other colors such as blue and blueish green is found on the region.
NASA recently found minerals hidden under the ice sheets on the surface of Mars which suggests that there were volcanic eruptions beneath the surface billions of years ago.
Anyone with access to a computer or smart phone can now see up-close videos of Mars through the perspective of NASA's Curiosity rover.
Conquering Mars, also known as the Red Planet, is the latest objective of international space agencies including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), European Space Agency (ESA) and China National Space Administration (CNSA).
NASA is preparing for an ambitious journey to Mars in 2030. The monumental space exploration does not only concern NASA, but it has also ignited the drive for space scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs to develop space technology dedicated to developing habitations on Mars. One of them is a startup called RedWorks who is developing a 3-D printing system to build homes on the Red planet.
The recent discovery of a terrestrial clone of Mars on our planet Earth might be the start of plenty of new research on the Red Planet, and for a lesser cost.