NASA Helicopter has been zipping about on Mars, Paving the Way for Drone Exploration NASA's Ingenuity helicopter spent the summer orbiting Mars. Its
From a ridgeline measuring half a mile (900m) in length, the target was a small rock of briefcase size called "Rochette". NASA confirmed that
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter was photographed by the Perseverance Rover on Mars on June 15, 2021. It was supposed to fly only five times. NASA's Mars
This panorama was captured by China's Zhurong Mars Rover. The communications equipment and solar panels of the rover are visible in the foreground.
Perseverance is NASA's primary mission on Mars. It seeks evidence of past lives. Some of this evidence is hidden deep within the Martian rocks.
For the first time, we are displaying the largest fragment of Mars that has ever fallen to Earth. The large chunk of Mars measures 10 inches (25 cm)
Justin Simon, a NASA planetary scientist, was both excited and nervous as the Perseverance Rover drilled into a rock to collect a sample of Jezero
NASA has made this Wednesday, September 1, 2021 photo available. It shows the Mars Perseverance Rover's first rock sample that can be returned to
The idea of sending humans on a mission to Mars seemed distant or science fiction at one point. The day humans will travel to Mars is quickly
It's a happy turnaround from August when Perseverance tried to get a sample. However, scientists discovered that the tube was empty. Unfortunately,