This tiny, low-cost spacecraft has imaged Mars for the first time ahead of its rendezvous
The amateur astronomer who discovered Pluto and visited the dwarf planet after his death
Along with creating a 360-degree panorama of Vera Rubin Ridge, Curiosity has also been drilling for samples
The global dust storm is slowly subsiding, and the rover’s team is hoping that the rover will soon make contact again
Find out why only two of the inner planets have a shield from harmful space radiation
Whilst reaching this milestone, all of its instruments were tested and are thankfully in superb condition
Courtesy of Slooh, you can watch the spectacle from anywhere in the world, whatever the conditions
Hubble has taken advantage of the recent oppositions of Mars and Saturn to picture them in extraordinary detail
The dust’s chemical composition analysis led to astronomer pin-pointing a location for most of the dusts origin
Could we protect ourselves from radiation on the Red Planet?
Though the rover is on the other side of Mars from Opportunity, the dust has steadily increased over it, more than doubling over the weekend
The new finding could add to scientists’ understanding of Mars’ interior and its past potential for habitability
One of the thickest dust storms ever observed on Mars has been spreading for the past week and a half.
The Martian rover is now able to drill and analyse rock samples of Mars again
How the Red Planet got its iconic colour.
A series of acidic streams in Dorset, United Kingdom, resemble Mars billions of years ago, which could help scientists find microbial life on Mars
On board NASA’s Mars 2020 rover will be a helicopter the size of a softball which will provide the first-ever technological demonstration of aircraft analysis on Mars
Forget rovers, meet “Charlie” the robo-ape who’s planning on a trip to the Moon – and maybe even Mars!
The twin MarCO spacecraft, cruising to the Red Planet along with NASA’s InSight lander, have relayed to Earth that they’re in good health
Wherever you are in the world, don’t miss the blast off of NASA’s InSight by tuning into our livestream