When scientists launch a spacecraft into space, they're also launching thousands of bacteria along with it
It’s a little battered and dirty, but still going strong.
Curiosity is about to get a kick-butt little brother
Whether they survived is unknown.
The rover is looking for a new, gentler route to Mount Sharp.
Lots of news from Mars today! Here are the results of six new studies of the samples the Curiosity rover...
Pan and zoom among 400 images from Curiosity's cameras.
All around the site where the rover drilled its first sample, evidence shows the rocks formed in watery conditions.
Trouble comes on the heels of the rover's recovery from a computer glitch.
This is what it went to Mars to do. Drill, baby, drill!
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