The Arab world’s first lunar mission is set to explore likely payoffs of further space exploration.
New findings could indicate an environment hospitable for life was once on the Red Planet, but more research is needed.
NASA launched its Artemis I mission from Cape Canaveral in Florida on Wednesday, following a series of delays.
Close to key communication and transport infrastructure, the remote site was chosen due to its geographic location with clear skies and low radio interference.
The discovery that Conan the Bacterium could have survived Mars-like conditions suggests that bacteria native to the Red Planet might have developed the capacity to do the same.
Mars' dried up oceans and water sources are a productive place to start in the search for life on the red planet.
The new data gathered from Mars's interior provides clues on how the planet formed, and how it has changed over the millenia.
New evidence suggests that there is liquid water beneath Mars' south polar ice cap, which is kept in a liquid state by geothermal heating.
NASA's Mars seismometer has detected vibrations from four separate impacts over the last two years, now we can listen to them.
Scientists exposed seven biomolecules for about 15 months to a simulated environment similar to Mars outside of the International Space Station.