The first weather forecast from Mars is in — it will be brutally cold with the chance of a dust storm. NASA scientists shared details of the meteorological outlook that was taken on the Red Planet by the Perseverance rover. The rover’s Mars Environment Dynamics Analyzer system first turned on for about 30 minutes on
In less than two months on the red planet, the most advanced rover ever has already sent back more than 16,000 images. We show you the best so far.
Hold me closer, tiny chopper.
The image is part of a series of photos the orbiter took during its 20 years of service in space.
The stunning image adds to the collection of images captured by the Orbiter in pursuit of evidence that water persisted on the surface of Mars.
The cause of a “rainbow” seen on an image of Mars is up for debate online.
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) released a stunning “selfie” taken by the Curiosity Mars rover on Tuesday. In a tweet, the Curiosity team explained the image was captured near the impressive rock formation named “Mont Mercou” after a mountain in France’s southern region. “Wish you were here! This selfie was taken in front of ‘Mont Mercou,’ a rock formation that’s 20ft (6m) tall,” JPL posted, “It’s
You've likely heard of blue moons, but have you heard of blue dunes? Specifically, blues dunes on Mars.
Details celebrate past missions and offer hope for future human achievements on Mars
Well, we’ve seen better photos of Mars, but this one’s special in that it was taken by NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter. Encouragingly, the craft managed to survive its first frigid night on Mars, bringing us one step closer to its inaugural flight. The low-resolution photo was taken on April 3 when
The tiny chopper has all four feet on Martian ground and is on its own now.