The Opportunity rover already spent 13 years on the red planet. And just like teenagers, it has matured in many ways.
ESA released some images of the red planet showing the frost build up. The accumulation of water-ice on Mars occurs in some parts including the northern tip of the planet.
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?
Mission controllers from the European Space Agency are now preparing ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter for its mission finale: dipping into the Red Planet’s atmosphere to reach its final orbit.
NASA's Mars Curiosity rover discovered organic matter such as "boron" on the red planet. This increases the chance of finding a suitable condition for microbes to thrive on Mars.
NASA's MAVEN captured the images of the coolest landscape on Mars. The worm-like structures that are alien to Earth are found on the frozen Mars South Pole.
Since landing on Mars in 2012, NASA’s Curiosity Rover is slowly making its way along the Martian landscape, all while collecting rock samples. However, while on its way up Mount Sharp, the rover reportedly started to act weird. NASA engineers state that the rover is facing technical difficulties, particularly with its extendable arm that drills holes into Martian rock.
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.
Participants of HI-SEAS Mars simulation program will be working in isolation while wearing a new mars suits designed by students of Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).
A new study suggests that buildup of carbon dioxide and hydrogen or the greenhouse gasses caused the scarring on the surface of Mars.
The people who have seen the photo have been dubbing the lizard as a "martian reptile." But is there truth to this claim?
ESA's Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) sent its first images to Earth that might pave the way for a 3D map of the red planet.
Alien hunters claim that a tiny lizard on Mars was photographed by NASA's Curiosity Rover.