A giant dust storm has covered Mars's entire surface and could last until September.
The Mars rover finally met a rock it couldn't best.
They make a nice pair.
But only a few lucky people will be able to see it.
It'll last for almost two hours on July 27, 2018.
While bad news for the Opportunity rover, this gives NASA a great chance to study the storm up close.
I was wrong. But it wasn't because of the drinking.
Laura Cicco is preemptively suing NASA to retain ownership of a vial of dust she says was a gift from Neil Armstrong.
"We think we can ride this out for a while."
A dust storm bigger than North America? Opportunity can handle it, apparently.
The launch of a relay satellite is the first essential step for sending a rover to the far side of the moon's surface.
Flying a helo in the hairline atmosphere of Mars is one of JPL's biggest challenges yet.
The health effects of breathing lunar dust over long periods of time could be severe.
InSight has started its six-month journey to Mars.
Small satellites have started to fill the orbits of Earth. Now NASA is sending the first pair to Mars.
Keeping the lights on shouldn't be a problem for interplanetary explorers thanks to Kilopower.
NASA has decided to scrap its own rover, Resource Prospector, and fund lunar lander programs from private industry.
NASA and ESA agree to explore concepts for returning a precious sample of red soil.
The InSight lander blasts off from California on May 5 to begin a six-month journey to Mars
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter will search for hints of methane and other signs of life in the martian atmosphere.
Once upon a time, they weren't alone.
Curiosity has been running for 2,000 martian days, which makes today kind of like the rover's birthday.
After almost three decades of cooperation, Roscosmos is now eyeing a future in space with China.
Phobos and Deimos appear to dance in these gorgeous photos.
Nuclear thermal propulsion, which was studied in the Cold War for space travel, could make a comeback to fly humans to Mars.