Over 50 spacecrafts have been sent to the red planet since 1960. Seven of them are still active, with another scheduled to join them in 2018. Meet the robotic orbiters and rovers that populate the red planet.
NASA's plans to launch its next rover in 2020.
The world “out there” just keeps getting bigger and bigger.
Apparently, the Red Planet wasn't always a red planet.
See the most detailed image of the icy world at the farthest reaches of our solar system.
Before New Horizons, our best photo of Pluto was a pixelated blob. Nine years and three billion miles later, NASA’s most adventurous space probe finally revealed the dwarf planet to the world.
It was pieced together using more than 300,000 individual images.
After failed first test, the team on the ISS finally got the space habitat inflated.
The tool that NASA is using to build the next Mars Rover? The HoloLens.
This new space balloon may break NASA flight duration records.
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