The stationary spacecraft captured its last selfie on April 24, showing just how enveloped its solar panels have become by the planet’s relentless dust.
The little chopper is supposed to send regular data to its buddy Perseverance but missed one of the scheduled communications sessions last week.
The incredible HiRISE camera captured the coolest and most detailed shot of a Mars crater earlier this year.
SpaceX’s Starship, designed to take astronauts to the moon for NASA and eventually to Mars, hasn’t even made it into space yet.
It’s fun to speculate about the weird things that cameras have managed to capture on Mars and send back to Earth, but often there is a perfectly good, scientific explanation for it all.
Travelling to Mars is an incredible feat, and while Elon Musk believes we can get there in the next decade, there are some serious obstacles to overcome.
Watch Ingenuity, the Mars helicopter, make its first successful flight on the Red Planet.
A cliff with a view of the Red Planet and protection from radiation form part of the concept for a self-sufficient city on Mars called Nüwa.
There’s been some mysterious rumbling coming from inside Mars. Scientists, with the help of the InSight Lander, are busy figuring out what it could mean.
Curiosity has been rolling around on Mars since 2012, and apart from a few bumps along the way, is still sending back incredible images of the Red Planet.
Perseverance and her ground team are going from strength to strength since her successful landing on Mars, with images flooding in from her advanced onboard cameras.
SpaceX took one giant leap towards the next Moon mission, but there’s still a sizeable wrinkle that they need to iron out.
A few keen-eyed Redditors and Twitter users took a look at Perseverance’s parachute and picked up on something that most of us missed.
After years of planning, and months of waiting for her to touch down on Mars, Perseverance is ready to start work on the Red Planet.
Greta Thunberg and her team filmed a satirical tourism video that is worth remembering as the Perseverance rover heads for Mars.
The Perseverance Mars rover launched in July last year, and has just about completed its journey, which is set to culminate in a nail-biting “seven minutes of terror”.
Sure, Elon Musk could use an interview to have a calm and rational discussion about his companies, or he could muse about monkeys playing mind Pong.
The astronauts chosen for the first mission to Mars will need more than just the technical know-how to complete the mission successfully.
Musk recently spoke at the Mars Society’s annual conference, and said that projects to develop a Martian settlement were already underway.
The Tesla Roadster, with its mannequin ‘pilot’ Starman, made its first close approach to Mars.
The Ingenuity Mars helicopter is looking to make history by becoming the first helicopter ever designed to fly on another planet.
The Perseverance Rover is loaded up on Atlas 5 and ready to lift off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral. Destination: Mars.
On July 14, a robotic craft will leave a remote Japanese island and head for the Red Planet, with quite a journey to get there.