With enough water, underground Mars rocks could support microbial life, a new study says.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter snapped the photos during its third and longest flight.
Where NASA is going, they don’t need roads. Or even flat surfaces.
And should colonists on Mars be allowed to eat each other?
Researchers used Halloween SFX to simulate the Martian south pole in springtime.
Zero-gravity affects organ fitness—what does that mean for future space missions?
The ultraviolet “imager” is a life-hunting machine more than two decades in the making.
An early version helped identify ancient life on Earth. Now its successor sits on the Red Planet.
“We expect it to explode,” Musk has said. “It’s weird if it doesn’t explode, frankly.”
For the first time, NASA will attempt to generate a resource in space.
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