A new Christie's auction features chunks of Mars, the Moon, and the only known meteorite to ever cause a fatality. (It was a cow.)
NASA’s Mars Odyssey has been orbiting the Red Planet for literally 20 years—here’s a glimpse of what it’s been up to.
Donna Shirley made space history in the 1990s as the first woman to manage a NASA program. She led both the Mars Exploration Program and the team that built Sojourner, the first rover to land on the Red Planet.
NASA’s latest Mars mission is progressing nicely after Perseverance survived its “seven minutes of terror.”
If you're looking for a change of scenery, join the American Museum of Natural History on May 8 to explore the surface of Mars without leaving home.
Take a break from your regularly scheduled stargazing to watch the moon swallow Mars on Tuesday morning.
The human-led mission isn't expected to happen until at least 2030, but when it does, a woman will likely be the first person to set foot on the Red Planet.
In 2004, the rover Opportunity landed on Mars. Originally intended to serve a mere 90-day mission, the rover instead beamed back scientific discoveries for more than a decade—and now its groundbreaking mission is over.
After covering 91 million miles of the solar system, the robotic lander is set to make contact with the Red Planet's Elysium Planitia this afternoon.
The last episode will detail InSight's attempt to land on Mars on November 26.
The Kennedy Space Center has already ordered half a ton of the stuff.
Few celestial objects have fascinated humankind throughout history more than the Red Planet. Here's what you need to know about Mars.