Rover images confirm Jezero crater is an ancient Martian lake
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Rover images confirm Jezero crater is an ancient Martian lake

This image of an escarpment or scarp, a long, steep, slope running along the delta of Mars Jezero Crater, was created using data from Perseverance's
The deepest canyons on Mars were rapidly formed by devastating floods
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The deepest canyons on Mars were rapidly formed by devastating floods

It is possible that some channels formed quickly during NASA floods. Floods might have been more important than we think on ancient Mars. You can
Mars probe records a big hour-and-a-half Martian quake
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Mars probe records a big hour-and-a-half Martian quake

Mars is still alive. (Geologically. NASA reported recently that the InSight lander, which was sent to study geologic activity below Mars' surface,
NASA’s InSight Experiences its Most Powerful Marsquake so far: Magnitude 4.2, Lasting 90 Minutes
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NASA’s InSight Experiences its Most Powerful Marsquake so far: Magnitude 4.2, Lasting 90 Minutes

NASA's InSight lander detected one of the strongest and longest-lasting quakes ever recorded on Mars. On Sept. 18, the big marsquake occurred on
Scientists Say New Technique Could Turn Martian Air Into Rocket Fuel
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Scientists Say New Technique Could Turn Martian Air Into Rocket Fuel

It's "like a Mars gas station." Fuel Up Scientists claim they have a technique that turns Martian air into rocket fuel. It is so efficient that
Carbon dioxide reactor makes Martian fuel
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Carbon dioxide reactor makes Martian fuel

Tianyu Zhang, a University of Cincinnati student in chemical engineering holds up a vial of graphene that is used as a catalyst for converting carbon
Mars Had Liquid Water On Its Surface. Here's Why Scientists Think It Vanished
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Mars Had Liquid Water On Its Surface. Here's Why Scientists Think It Vanished

Mars Had Liquid Water On Its Surface. Here are the reasons scientists believe it vanished Zoomen this image toggle caption NASA/WireImage
Astronauts could use their blood and urine to make Martian concrete
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Astronauts could use their blood and urine to make Martian concrete

AstroCrete samples, a concrete-like material University of Manchester Mars bases are expensive because of the high cost of transporting heavy
Mars Is Bombarded With Radiation, But We May Have Just Found Natural Shelter
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Mars Is Bombarded With Radiation, But We May Have Just Found Natural Shelter

Mars is awash with radiation. Radiation from space is almost unhindered by a magnetic shield or thick atmosphere, so there's no way for radiation to
The Perseverance Rover Finally Got Its Martian Rock Sample
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The Perseverance Rover Finally Got Its Martian Rock Sample

Perseverance Mars Rover, the second charm. NASA confirmed Monday that Perseverance had successfully stored and collected its first Martian rock