NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured the Mars rover in lower Mount Sharp of the surface of Mars. The rover appears as a bright blue dot on the ground.
The new NASA Mars Rover concept car is on display at the Kennedy Space Center. The vehicle is used to promote the 'Summer in Mars' program.
NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover managed to capture dark sand dunes and even collected samples at lower Mount Sharp. The dunes are part of the two-phase campaign to compare sand dunes on Mars.
Scientists say that the Martian atmosphere was lost into space over the years. Researchers used data from NASA's MAVEN and Curiosity rover to come up with the findings.
Two visible breaks were discovered in one of Mars Curiosity Rover's wheels. The wheels are already showing signs of wear and tear from traversing the unforgiving Martian terrain.
Looking to live somewhere exotic? In the future, a city in Mars could be a viable option.
India will launch missions to Mars and Venus in the coming years. The Indian space agency will also launch 104 satellites in a single launch this Feb. 15.
The Opportunity rover already spent 13 years on the red planet. And just like teenagers, it has matured in many ways.
NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover captured an image of purple rocks on the surface of the red planet. Could it mean there was once microbial life on the red planet?
Boron, a chemical signature of evaporated water, has recently been discovered on the surface of Mars, and this suggests that the Red Planet has the potential for long-term habitable groundwater in the ancient past.
The NASA Glenn Research Center is teaming up with the University of Michigan to develop a new high-tech instrument called Martian Aqueous Habitat Reconnaissance Suite (MAHRS), which is designed to fine evidence of alien life on Martian waters.
NASA's Mars Curiosity rover is on a hiatus due to the technical glitch experienced by its drilling mechanism. But despite that, other instruments aboard the rover is still functioning well including its cameras and spectrometers.
The rover will have a 2-meter drill designed to dig and find signs of ancient life underground.
The people who have seen the photo have been dubbing the lizard as a "martian reptile." But is there truth to this claim?