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Sep 05, 2019
The mystery of Mars' missing methane might finally have been solvedResearchers were able to calculate that 2.8 kg of Methane is emitted per day from Gale Crater.
Aug 16, 2019
NASA researchers take to the lava fields in Iceland to prep the Mars 2020 roverThe Lambahraun lava field in Iceland has been chosen to prepare the rover for Mars' surface.
Aug 06, 2019
On NASA's Mars Curiosity rover's seventh birthday, here are some of its biggest findsCuriosity is the largest rover built by NASA till date, weighing 899 kgs and moving at a speed of 30 mph.
Jul 11, 2019
In Photos: Space rovers that empowered humankind's exploration of spaceHere is a quick chronological glance at the space rovers that have gone to Mars and the Moon.
Jun 25, 2019
NASA's JPL hacked using Raspberry Pi device in April, went undetected for a yearThe $35 credit card-sized device is used to teach computer and coding to children in developing countries.
Jun 19, 2019
10 important dates to remember in the history of space exploration from 1957 to nowSpace is the final frontier that man continues to explore and study, from the first man on the Moon to a rover on Mars.
Dec 03, 2018
Three Mars landers from US, Europe and China to follow NASA's InSight spacecraftNASA's InSight spacecraft touched down on the sweeping red equatorial plains of Mars on 26 November.
Nov 12, 2018
Driving Mars Curiosity Rover remotely on the red planet and challenges encounteredThe Curiosity rover executes the commands, moving slowly to its designated position, at a maximum speed of 35 to 110 meters (yards) per hour.
Nov 08, 2018
NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars is finally mobile again after September slowdownThe mission team is certain Curiosity will return to full operations, but unsure about how soon.
Oct 23, 2018
Mars may have enough Oxygen to sustain subsurface life today, study findsOxygen content of Martian rocks & 2 recent discoveries show that life may exist on the planet today.