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.
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.
Mankind's dream of going to Mars is now closer to reality with the help of the United States. U.S. President Donald Trump has just signed a new bill funding NASA's mission to bring humans to the Red Planet.
UAE aims to establish the first inhabitable human settlement in Mars.
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 prepares for the first crewed flight of the Orion spacecraft with the goal of confirming that all of the spacecraft’s systems operate as designed in the actual deep space environment.
In movies, growing food on Mars may seem easy. But according to scientists, establishing a sustainable life on the Red Planet is a complex task that involves creating soil from scratch and a billion dollar worth of food supply missions.
In order to save for the upcoming Journey to Mars, NASA is crowd-sourcing for cheaper Mars vehicle concepts. The agency is calling out private commercial industries to propose new technologies that might help in making more affordable Martian vehicles.
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.
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.
With President-elect Donald Trump sitting in the White House and soon calling the shots on what’s priority or not, it’s uncertain whether we’ll see more inspiring pursuits in the realm of space exploration in the coming days.
After Donald Trump won the elections, many people expressed their intent to join Elon Musk's mission to Mars on Twitter.
After Donald Trump winning the US 2016 elections over Hillary Clinton, social media has gone berserk on what the future entails for the US. Don't worry, NASA has a solution, it wants you to go to Mars.