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NASA identifies regions of Mars with water ice just below surface
When NASA astronauts visit Mars, they'll probably need to harvest the planet's water ice for drinking water and fuel.
NASA losing patience with its misbehaving Mars mole
NASA’s InSight lander is really starting to give scientists a headache.
Oxygen on Mars behaving in a way scientists can't explain
Atmospheric gases on Mars sure provide us with plenty of mystery. First, there was that business with the disappearing, reappearing methane. Now, oxygen levels have been observed rising and falling over the Gale Crater, by amounts that just don't fit any known chemical processes.
NASA eyeing inflatable space lodges for moon, Mars and beyond
When astronauts orbit the moon or live on its surface in the decade ahead, they will probably be doing so inside inflatable space lodges now in development. Dozens of NASA officials and veteran astronauts are wrapping up a review of five space habitat mockups built by different companies. The mockups offer the US space agency ideas for an ideal Gateway - the planned research outpost in lunar orbit that will house and transfer astronauts to the surface of the moon.
Curiosity finds ancient salty lakes on Mars
NASA’s Curiosity rover has found salt-rich sediments indicating that Gale Crater, which it has been exploring on Mars for seven years, once had briny lakes that formed as ancient climate change caused it to go through recurrent arid cycles.
NASA lander captures marsquakes, other Martian sounds
NASA’s InSight lander on Mars has captured the low rumble of marsquakes and a symphony of other otherworldly sounds.
Controversial paper suggests we could just 'infect' Mars with life
What do you imagine the first settlers on Mars will look like? Maybe they'll be the best and brightest our world has to offer: People from countries around the world with multiple degrees and decades of training in astrophysics.
Elon Musk unveils new SpaceX rocket for trips to Moon, Mars
Elon Musk said his new spaceship could make space travel as common as flying — and hopes to create a city on the Moon and Mars.
Spain: Astroland project recreates experience of human life on Mars inside cave
An innovative project called Astroland, located in Arredondo, Cantabria, recreates the experience of a human mission to Mars, as shown by footage recorded in the control center located in the outskirts of Santander.
Elon Musk once again on quest to ‘nuke Mars’
If there’s one thing you can say about Elon Musk it’s that he’s never lacked ambition. He’s founded a number of successful companies, and with SpaceX he’s pushed science forward by lowering the cost of entry for satellite launches and opened up new possibilities for researchers.
Scientists work out way to make Mars surface fit for farming
For future astronauts bound for Mars it will surely rank as a positive: When they sit down to dinner on the barren Red Planet, they should at least have plenty of greens.
From Moon to Mars, Chinese space engineers rise to new challenges
With eyes bright, Sun Zezhou, chief designer of China's Chang'e-4 lunar probe, speaks fast but clearly.
Plan to sell 50m meals made from electricity, water, air
A Finnish company that makes food from electricity, water and air said it plans to have 50 million meals’ worth of its product sold in supermarkets within two years.
Mars rover's large methane discovery excites scientists
NASA’s Curiosity rover has detected its largest belch of methane on Mars so far, fueling speculation that the robot may have trundled through a cloud of waste gas released by microbial Martians buried deep under the surface.

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