It's having memory issues.
There's a good reason NASA hasn't said they've found life on Mars—it's beyond their current capabilities.
But that's not too weird for the red planet.
The rover shut down science activities a few days ago.
Sorry, no aliens—yet.
One small flight for drones
Here's why that's important for mission scientists here on Earth.
Just a pale blue dot.
Autonomous science-bots will make it easier to explore our solar system … and beyond.
It was warm and wet right around the time life got its start on Earth.
Not even space robots are immune to the effects of old age
If you want to go to Mars, fly American
Now, on up Mount Sharp
The robot got a sort-of, almost, artificially intelligent upgrade
The anniversary of the Viking landing
Some of the coolest views that people can see on Mars when we finally get there.
No sign of sandworms so far
Interplanetary dune buggy
A deep-dive on whether we can handle the implications of such a discovery
Bringing snark to Mars
They were good while they lasted
When scientists launch a spacecraft into space, they're also launching thousands of bacteria along with it
Lost on the Red Planet? Ask Dr. Fred Calef III