The Mars helicopter Ingenuity has snapped eerily desolate photographs of the spent parachute and backshell that conveyed it to the Red Planet.
By watching Phobos’ orbit carefully, scientists can gain some important insights into the Martian interior.
NASA recently released an image of Mars' Airy-0 crater, which bears a remarkable resemblance to a human fingerprint and marks the Red Planet's prime meridian (zero degrees longitude).
The European Space Agency (ESA) has unanimously voted to suspend a joint Mars mission with Russia.
A new image taken by the Curiosity rover reveals a tiny, flower-like mineral deposit less than half an inch wide on the Martian surface.
A Mars probe has snapped a peculiar image of the Red Planet's surface that looks like a giant tree stump, rings and all.
NASA's Curiosity rover has found some interesting organic compounds that may be signs of ancient Mars life, but much more work is needed to vet that hypothesis.
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