The planet's poles wander up to 10 centimetres from the average axis of rotation, in a cycle that repeats every 207 days.
NASA and the ESA should consider moving the next sample-return efforts from 2026 to 2028, due to the technological challenges, the panel said.
The Atlas V will leave the Integration Facility a good two days before its scheduled launch on 30 July.
With only a month till liftoff, the team revealed a commemorative plate on the rover – the COVID-19 Perseverance plate – designed in the last few weeks.
We may not have a spaceship to carry our astronauts to Mars yet, but NASA sure knows where to land it.
The technique of aeroponics is being used, to grow plants suspended in the air, without soil, and a limiting water supply.
The latest iteration of the Starship Mars spacecraft was revealed to a crowd of space enthusiasts and reporters at SpaceX's Boca Chica facility.
The mission's primary goals are to check for the history of life and water on the Red Planet.
The Lambahraun lava field in Iceland has been chosen to prepare the rover for Mars' surface.
Wine might be the answer to all our spacefaring woes, saving astronauts from muscle degeneration and worse
A daily dose of wine could help protect astronauts from the degenerative effects of space travel.
If the $1.6 billion funding doesn't come through, NASA will revert to its original plan to land in 2028.
NASA's likelihood of reaching Mars by 2033 was found 'infeasible', a realistic estimate being 2039.
The heat shield doubles as added strength...something that hasn't been done before: Musk.
The shape & build of the future Mars hopper bears resemblance to a rocket from a 1950s Tintin comic.
Why send people to Mars when rovers & probes are doing great work at a fraction of the cost: Anders.
InSight also caught a survey shot of the patch of Mars where it will set down its science instruments.
The sounds are from wind blowing against InSight’s solar panels, causing the spacecraft to vibrate.
Engineers plan to fold open & use InSight’s five arms to get cracking on some geology experiments.
When we go to Mars, we will need to understand the changes that a body would undergo: Radhakrishnan.
NASA's InSight lands on Mars: First robot geologist to study Marsquakes, meteorite impacts and what constitutes rocky planets
NASA's InSight lander is packed with instruments to study Mars' interiors for "vitals" and Marsquakes.