The Hubble Space Telescope celebrates the back-to-back opposition of Saturn and Mars by releasing new photos of the two planets. The images offer a closer look at the moons and storms of the neighboring worlds.
Life on Mars? Not exactly, but the seasonal spiders that appear on Mars' surface has an interesting story behind them, especially since it's a natural process that doesn't occur on Earth.
NASA may have collected evidence of organic Martian matter 40 years ago — then burned it away accidentally in the Viking landers. A new study tackles the decades-old mystery.
A field of stunning blue dunes appeared on Mars, catching the eye of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. The strange hue and different composition of this new discovery stands out starkly on the Red Planet's surface.
The Martian dust storm continues to rage, now swallowing up the entire planet and keeping the Opportunity rover silent and out of reach. Unfortunately, this gigantic storm shows no signs of stopping soon.
A new study dashes the hopes of alien enthusiasts as a supposed UFO crash site on Mars turns out to be just an especially strange natural rock formation born out of explosive volcanic eruptions and billions of years of erosion.
Mars will be incredibly bright in July and August, venturing closer to Earth than it has been in 15 years. The Red Planet will be visible to sky watchers around the world even to the naked eye.
It might be a couple of decades away, but NASA scientist Jim Green is confident that humankind will get to Mars in the near future. There might be a number of challenges on the way, but life on Mars remains a very real possibility.
A massive dust storm has descended on Mars, surrounding the Opportunity rover in a blanket of dark dust that's estimated to be bigger than the entire North America. With the rover running on solar power, the storm is a huge threat to its survival.
Life on Mars? Maybe. NASA's Curiosity rover just found ancient building blocks of life on Mars, paving the way for the search for life in Earth's closest neighbor.
NASA got back on drill duty as the Curiosity drill resumes operations on Mars. Scientists used a new percussive technique that allowed the team to collect its first drill sample since 2016.
A new Mars Helicopter will be hitching a ride with the Mars 2020 rover. The tiny rovercraft will be flying autonomously, cruising the skies of the Red Planet and marking a new step in space exploration.
NASA is slated to launch the latest Mars lander InSight on Saturday, May 4. The lander is designed to study marsquakes and help scientists learn more about the origins of rocky planets such as Earth and Mars.
NASA denies the existence of slave camp for children on Mars.