That’s a lot of water.
This is likely not our first brush with alien life.
We don’t want to say there’s life on Mars… but there could be life on Mars.
Mars might be abundant in water. The problem is its trapped in minerals inside the planet’s crust.
The findings imply that we don’t really know how Mars’ water disappeared.
The two companies are in a direct competition, and we just can’t have enough of it.
If we’re going on Mars, we’re going in style.
The worms could be crucial for a garden-like ecosystem if we ever want to establish a Martian colony.
That’s how science works sometimes.
It’s not heat, but low pressure that drives this boiling.
It took a bit of creative tinkering, but significant progress has been reported.
Mars has an invisible magnetic tail and it might contribute to Martian atmospheric loss.
Burping methane may have bought Mars some extra time before it turned into a wasteland.
The aurora was triggered by a solar storm which doubled radiation levels on the planet’s surface.
Mars may be more porous than we thought.
Stay hydrated up there, ladies and gents.
The prospect of finding life on Mars is getting bleaker.
Shoot for the stars and you might just land on Mars.
Life had more time to appear or even thrive on Mars than we imagined.
Two planets are better than one. Here’s everything you need to know about Mars terraformation.