A group of university students are teaming up to create a mission to send photos, video, audio clips, and messages to the surface of Mars by 2017.
Private company BoldlyGo announces a Mars sample retrieval mission that expects to bring samples of Martian dirt and dust back to Earth as early as 2020.
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.
The Mars Ecopoiesis Test Bed concept gets approved for funding by NASA to test how we might grow plants (and eventually create a livable ecosystem) on the surface of Mars.
The National Research Council releases report stating that NASA’s current budget cannot realistically sustain a manned mission to Mars.
Curiosity may be getting all the attention, but Opportunity is still driving around Mars, and sending back incredible pictures like this one.
A Martian year's worth of sun traces a teardrop in the sky above the Opportunity rover.
NASA’s Mars 2020 mission will send a rover to Mars to collect rock samples, with a follow-up mission to collect those samples and bring them to Earth.
The Exolance project wants to fire penetrating probes at Mars in an attempt to uncover life that might be buried deep underground.
When the next big rover lands on Mars, it will carry with it what could be the first seeds of humanity's next home.