It's already been an entire Martian year since the Curiosity rover landed on Mars, and NASA has a retrospective, an update, and a look at the year to come.
When the next big rover lands on Mars, it will carry with it what could be the first seeds of humanity's next home.
The rover's interactive panoramic selfie is almost like you're standing right next to it on Mars.
A robot orbiting Mars takes a picture of another robot roaming the surface.
See the dot in this picture, taken of the surface of Mars from orbit? That dot is about a billion dollars worth of extraterrestrial science in action.
Mars Curiosity rover analyzes its first sample of Martian soil and finds water, proving that water exists on the red planet.
It won’t be life, and it most likely won’t be fossil bacteria, but the rovers can still learn some surprising facts about Mars.