Scientists have calculated the minimum level of radiation that an astronaut will be exposed to on a trip to Mars.
The water body, if confirmed, could potentially harbor microbes
The Opportunity rover on Mars is trying to survive a massive dust storm that could put the craft out of operation — but where does all the dust in that storm come from?
Buried under an ice cap, the water is so deep scientists couldn’t probe to the bottom.
Over 40 years ago, a NASA mission may have accidentally destroyed what would have been the first discovery of organic molecules on Mars, according to a report from New Scientist.
All of this adds a new layer to the search for life on other planets: apart from finding planets in the “Goldilocks” area, where they are neither too far nor too close to their star….
A variety of geological patterns on Mars suggests the Red Planet once hosted water. Several of these patterns recall the fluvial steam networks found on Earth.