The European Space Agency blames an inaccurate single-second inertial measurement for the unfortunate crash landing of its Schiaparelli lander on Mars last October 19.
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.
According to a new study, a little hydrogen and methane could have kept Mars warm enough to allow liquid water to flow on the planet.
The Red Planet holds enough water to fill Lake Superior, the greatest of the Great Lakes, NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has revealed.
There's a rumor saying that NASA's Mars rover landing could have been faked by filming in a remote area in Canada. The interesting thing is that even conspiracy theorists and alien hunters are divided on the issue.
NASA ignited materials aboard Orbital ATK's Cygnus cargo ship in order to conduct the second fire in space experiment called SAFFIRE II.
A new study from the University Oregon reveals that soil on Earth is older than scientists previously thought. In fact, it existed long before trees or lichens evolved on the planet, and is even similar to the soil that NASA's Curiosity rover found on Mars.
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.
Is the red planet turning blue? Experts were stunned with blue dunes found on Mars. But aside from the mesmerizing colors, the cloud-hued dunes may also provide a peek into the planet's past.
NASA and two institutions have renewed their search for Antarctic meteorites to learn more about the earliest building blocks of the solar system and Earth’s moon and neighboring planets.
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.
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.
It looked like the ancient "ice cauldrons" we have on Earth, that formed when volcanos erupted under the ice sheets of Iceland and Greenland.
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.