The robot will dig deep into the Red Planet to see what happened 4.5 billion years ago.
Starting next year, NASA plans to launch astronauts from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center. KidsPost readers showed us what they thought “America’s Return to Space” would look like.
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NASA’s Habitat Challenge asks for designs that can be built by 3-D printers.
NASA provides about 200 choices on the space station, but travel to Mars poses new challenges.
President John Kennedy’s challenge was to put a man on the moon, but a return has a different purpose.
Earth’s neighbor will appear brighter and larger during closest approach in 15 years.
Project, which may launch as soon as next year, would be a step toward humans’ return.
WALL-E and EVE — satellites the size of a cereal box — will hitch a ride for their own mission.
NASA’s Mars 2020 team is testing a parachute that will land its rover on the Red Planet.
Scientists are using a desert in Oman to know what to expect on the Red Planet.
On July 21 and 22, the museum will feature a rover designed to explore the Red Planet.
Spacecraft headed 466 million miles farther from Earth to object in Kuiper belt.
Six will stay in structure for 8 months to come close to life on the Red Planet.
Communication is lost as Schiaparelli attempts to land on Red Planet.
Virginia boy wins engineering contest with Martian farm design. A new contest ends soon.
Astronauts will test inflatable unit as possible habitat for moon or Mars
NASA scientist Ellen Stofan is leading efforts to send humans to Mars by the 2030s.
InSight was originally to launch in March, but faulty part caused two-year delay