An astrophotographer has captured a highly detailed image of the Red Planet reappearing from behind the moon after a lunar occultation.
Planetary scientists have pinpointed the likely location of a massive asteroid impact that triggered an enormous tsunami on the Red Planet around 3.4 billion years ago.
A new study has revealed that the weird parallel grooves on the surface of Mars' largest moon Phobos could be a sign that the Red Planet's gravity is ripping the satellite apart.
A magnitude 4 marsquake that rocked the Red Planet in 2021 is the result of a massive meteor impact, two new studies revealed.
New research suggests that signs of ancient Martian life could be out there – or rather, hidden just beneath the Martian surface, safe from harmful radiation.
The finding comes from a modeling study that assumes ancient Martian life was similar to that on Earth during the same time period.
Reference Mars is a rusty, red world and one of the most explored planets in the solar system.
Scientists have finally identified the origin of a puzzling volcanic mineral on Mars that was found at the bottom of an ancient lake by the Curiosity rover.
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