Researchers have found evidence of an existing body of liquid water on Mars.
The leftover remnants of a meteorite that smashed into Earth 15 million years ago could give new insight into Mars’ past, including its oceans and whether it ever supported life.
A NASA robot measuring quakes on Mars has detected a strange-yet-familiar sound on the Red Planet, which some Earthlings might recognize as similar to “The Hum.”
Want to look inside a deep, dark pit on Mars? The scientists and engineers from the NASA’s HiRISE Camera on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have done just that.
It’s really weird.
The images taken by the HiRISE camera on board the MRO probe in orbit on Mars, seem to indicate intelligent structures and subdivisions designed in such a way that they seem to be of logical proportions of the basic dimensions.
InSight, which touched down in 2018, proves beyond doubt that Mars is seismically active
The subsurface offers a protected, and possibly habitable, environment.
The new technology was overdue a makeover for better deep-space communication.