Would you leave everything behind to take a one-way trip to Mars?
The Beagle-2 lander has been missing in space since 2003. It had been scheduled to land on Mars on Christmas Day.
It's been an amazing week in space exploration. The Curiosity rover on Mars has uncovered evidence that "The Red Planet" may have once had a great lake. Plus, NASA has released incredible new photos of Saturn that give a never-before-seen view of the sixth planet from the Sun.
NASA is optimistic that it has taken a major step toward landing a human being on Mars or an asteroid after yesterday's successful test flight of the Orion spacecraft.
Here’s an idea that’s out of this world: NASA plans to test a flying saucer device to be used for future trips to Mars.
Insomniacs will have something to do tonight as a total lunar eclipse makes a blood moon visible across much of the country at 3:06 a.m. ET.
Newly released images from NASA show what scientists think could be evidence that water was flowing on the Red Planet. The photos suggest water could still be flowing on Mars.
More than 200,000 people signed up for the chance to live, and possibly die, on Mars as part of an ambitious plan to set up a human colony by 2023. Now, about 1,000 applicants have been chosen to move forward in the process, including eventually undergoing physical and psychological evaluations.
NASA’s Curiosity rover snapped a photo of what looks like a rat on the surface of Mars.