New mosaics of NASA photos from Mars reveal the alien landscape of the planet as the Curiosity rover conducts its experiments.
NASA's Mars rover program has been an outstanding success, but they must be getting a bit frustrated with the way their vehicles continue to act out like an unruly teenagers.
It took six months to shoot these images of the Martian surface, but it'll only take you a few seconds to catch up on them.
NASA's Volkswagen-sized Mars rover, Curiosity, has discovered evidence that Mars could have supported microbial life.
The Mars Curiosity rover continues to send back amazing imagery, and the latest batch is no exception, delivering a stunning 360-degree view of the planet's surface.
Rock powder to be analysed for evidence of water.
Curiosity rolls out the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) complete with white and UV lights to probe a special rock.
Software engineer Kevin Gill is no stranger to creating virtual models, and he decided to create a rendering of what Mars might have looked like in its distant past.
NASA has had quite a year. The Curiosity rover, aside from an unidentified discharge, has been an huge success. So much of a success in fact, that the next Mars rover, launching in 2020, will be based almost entirely on Curiosity's design.
Curiosity has been on Mars for 118 days now, but she's still just getting warmed up. Since October, the rover has sampled and analyzed its first five scoops of Martian soil, and NASA announced the results (which aren't these results) at a press conference this morning.