We are one step closer to discovering if there is life on Mars. A new after a study has suggested that there might be enough oxygen in the briny liquid that sits nears the planet's surface to support microbial life.
Oxygen levels are yet to be tested, but the hypothesis allows
The weird shapes and colors of the tiny Martian moons Phobos and Deimos have inspired a long-standing debate about their origins.
The dark faces of the moons resemble the primitive asteroids of the outer solar system, suggesting the moons might be asteroids caught long ago in Mars’ gravitational pull. But the
As SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk’s plan to erect an enclosed city on the planet of Mars to house residents crystallizes, anticipation continues to grow. The most recent development involves more information being shared about some of the more practical details of the project: what the setup will look
We have found water on Mars – again. Satellite data suggests there is a large lake of liquid water hidden under a thick layer of surface ice.
Although Mars is too cold for pure liquid water to survive, the Red Planet is rich in calcium, magnesium and sodium salts which lower
A little stream in the south of England could guide the way towards finding evidence for ancient life on Mars, in the form of fatty acids preserved in an iron-rich mineral called goethite.
Researchers from Imperial College London ventured to the county of Dorset on the UK's south-coast to sample an
It’s only a matter of time before we put astronauts on Mars, but there’s plenty of research to be carried out in the meantime. MarsVR could be the perfect way to explore the red planet.
The race to Mars is firmly on, but before we can send colonies of people off
In September 2017, a series of moderate to extreme flares jetted outward from the Sun’s surface. Among them was a monster X8.2 class flare that occurred on 10 September and was one of the largest flares of the current, but nearly completed, 11-year solar cycle. This flare and the other
Colonizing Mars might be the best chance to ensure the human species survival in the future. In order to adapt to Mar’s hostile living conditions, our bodies will evolve in ways that might end up with a completely new species of human.
When it comes to colonizing new worlds, Mars could
(WFLA) — NASA and Google have teamed up to let space enthusiasts explore outer space without even having to leave their homes.
The two companies released a free, virtual space exploration program called “Access Mars” on Thursday.
It virtually transports users, wherever they are, to Earth’s neighboring planet in the solar system.