It doesn’t necessarily have to be red wine…
Scientists envision using a very thin material to build a huge greenhouse on Mars.
A group of researchers at NASA is preparing for the final steps to launch the Española chile pepper into space in November.
For the last 60 years, humans have been sending all sorts of spacecraft to the Red Planet — here’s a rundown.
The story of life on Mars — if there ever was such a thing — may have started much earlier than thought.
That’s pretty metal.
Curiosity is finding water beneath the ground — and in the sky.
Mars is a strange place and any humans born there are bound to look radically different.
The Mars InSight lander has sensed a quake within the planet.
Exciting times for Mars science.
This study offers a vital answer, but also poses a puzzling question.
It’s a hint that Mars had a wet past.
NASA just released an amazing 360-degree panorama from the final resting place of the Opportunity rover.
InSight picked scissors, so it lost to rock.
The Atacama Desert is the most Mars-like environment on Earth.
Did a wet Mars foster life? That’s the big question scientists hope to answer in the future.
One day, checking the weather on Mars in real-time will be as easy as googling it.
Yay for creative science!
It sounds like a flapping flag.
Everything is working according to plan on Mars.