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New NASA lander captures first sounds of Martian wind
NASA’s new Mars lander captured the first sounds of the “really unworldly” Martian wind.
NASA counts down to landing of Martian quake-sensor, InSight
NASA is counting down to a nail-biting touchdown on Monday of the $993-million Mars InSight, the first spacecraft to listen for quakes and study the inner workings of another rocky planet.
Massive Martian dust storm continues to threaten Opportunity Rover
For months, a global dust storm has been raging on the surface of Mars. And now, it could be threatening the functionality of the longest-lived NASA robot exploring its surface.
Martian moons Phobos and Deimos carved out by violent impact
The Martian moons Phobos and Deimos were formed after a large object struck the Red Planet a few billion years ago, according to a new model developed by scientists at the Southwest Research Institute.
Scientists spot Martian 'spiders' in unexpected places
Bowie wasn't lying about Ziggy's bandmates — there are spiders from Mars. Sort of.
Portals to new worlds: Martian exploration near the North Pole
Perched on the edge of a 39-million-year-old crater is a white circular hut. It sticks out on the rocky, lichen-dotted landscape of Devon Island in Nunavut, Canada.
Curiosity data show Martian crust contributed to Red Planet's atmosphere
New isotopic analysis by the Curiosity rover's Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM), instrument suite suggests the Red Planet's surface has contributed to the evolution of the Martian atmosphere.
Second cycle of Martian seasons completing for Curiosity rover
NASA’s Curiosity rover completed its second Martian year — 687 Earth days — on May 11, meaning that its instruments have now tasted the red planet’s tendencies for two full orbits of the sun.
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