To prep for the one that will actually be on Mars, naturally.
But the search for life on the red planet isn't over yet.
And should colonists on Mars be allowed to eat each other?
In memory of "the last moonwalker"
Home is where you hang your pressurized helmet
They're a potential source of food, air, clothing, and more. But will they survive the journey, and can we avoid contaminating the red planet?
Finally, a good use for climate change
Space is hard, and Mars is even harder
If he does, he'll beat NASA
For the moon, Mars, and beyond
And it wouldn't actually be that expensive, thanks to robots, 3D printing, and SpaceX
The first in a new animated series explaining science's most fascinating mysteries
How much space does each astronaut really need?
Findings from the MAVEN spacecraft suggest solar eruptions helped to destroy Mars' atmosphere
If you can make it here, you'll make it anywhere
Unfortunately, NASA doesn't have a good game plan
Day One: Arrive in lander. Day Two: Print out a habitat.
Many hopefuls have signed up for a one-way ticket to the red planet. But if they aren't prepared, the trip may be a short one.
More than 200,000 aspiring space explorers volunteered for a one-way trip to Mars. Are they insane?
Lost on the Red Planet? Ask Dr. Fred Calef III
But CEO Bas Lansdorp says the study used bad data.