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Researchers have determined that a type of rock on Mars may be the result of cataclysmic eruptions from colossal volcanic calderas. The team from Arizona State University have been scouring data collected over decades, covering several Mars missions. A team of researchers led by Steve Ruff of Arizona State... Read more...
NASA's Mars Perseverance rover seems to have picked up a traveling companion. Late last month, an image was captured by the Front Left Hazard Avoidance Camera A of a stone wedged in one of the rover's six aluminum wheels. Back on February 25th, 2022, an image from Perseverance captured a stowaway stone lodged into... Read more...
Do aliens, specifically humanoid beings, live on Mars? While many people would answer this question with a definitive no, others are hopeful that life forms will be found on the Red Planet. Some claim that an image of the Martian surface clearly depicts a humanoid life form. The rumors of alien life appear to have... Read more...
The Mars Perseverance rover has been busy collecting samples of Mars rock and other minerals since its arrival on the red planet. Now NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) are working together to develop a way to bring those samples back to Earth. Teams at NASA have been scouring the data provided by the... Read more...
Perseverance Rover concept art They shoot, they score! NASA successfully landed the Perseverance rover in the Jezero crater on Mars at 3:56 pm EST. The rover has made it in one piece and can now begin its mission. The Perseverance rover was initially launched on July 30th, 2020, at 7:50 a.m. from Launch Complex... Read more...
Today is a historic day for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Their current mission to Mars is underway. The spacecraft carrying the Perseverance rover and the Ingenuity helicopter was successfully launched this morning at 7:50am EDT. A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launched from... Read more...