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NASA’s next Mars rover is officially called ‘Perseverance.’ A 7th-grader from Virginia proposed the name.
"It took a lot of perseverance for us to get to where we are today," Lori Glaze, director of NASA's Science Mission Directorate, said.
NASA is hiring someone to help figure out how to get Mars rocks back to Earth — and the position pays at least $182,000
The Mars Sample Return mission aims to get pristine rocks from the red planet back to Earth, perhaps by the end of the decade.
NASA asked kids to name its new Mars rover, and the 9 finalists include Ingenuity and Fortitude. Now it’s time to vote.
NASA received over 28,000 essays from kids who want to name the next Mars rover. The robot will search for signs of alien life and stash samples.
NASA’s next Mars rover will launch in 2020, and it’s being built before our eyes — here’s what the robot’s birth has loo...
Mars 2020, the next robot that NASA plans to send to the red planet, is nearing its launch date. Check out the rover's progress so far.
Watch live as NASA engineers build an alien-hunting, nuclear-powered Mars rover that’s slated to launch next year
NASA's next big mission to the red planet involves a six-wheeled vehicle that runs on nuclear power and could scout for signs of alien life.
Can’t go to Mars in your lifetime? NASA is offering to send your name there with its next rover mission instead
You can have your name stenciled and taken to Mars by NASA - but the reality might be a little disappointing.
China wants to launch to Mars next year — part of an ambitious plan to bring the first Martian soil samples back to Earth
China recently landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon, and is also working on a robotic Mars mission that may launch in 2020.
NASA will dig for signs of alien life on Mars in Jezero Crater — the landing site for its 2020 rover
NASA picked a landing site for its new Mars 2020 rover: Jezero Crater. The giant impact basin the Martian equator may hide signs of microbial life.
Engineers at NASA have reinvented the wheel by making a nearly invincible woven-mesh design that "remembers" its ideal shape and springs back into form.
"These pools would have been habitable for life, just as they are on Earth."