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Stunning 8K photos of Mars provide insight into its past
The High Resolution Imaging Experiment (HiRISE) on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has imaged the Danielson Crater again.
The Mars Perseverance rover has a large rock stuck inside its wheels
The Mars Perseverance rover has a rock stuck inside its front left wheel, which has been there for about two weeks without issue.
The Mars Curiosity rover has found an intricate mineral flower
NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has found a diagenetic crystal cluster named the Blackthorn Salt, which strikingly resembles a flower.
Damage to the Mars Curiosity rover could spell its end
NASA's Curiosity rover has snapped images of its wheels following years of traversing the Gale Crater, showing significant damage.
The Perseverance rover just crushed a new record on Mars
The Perseverance rover on Mars has set a new record for the longest distance covered by a rover in a Martian sol at 245.76 meters.
Mars Curiosity rover finds potentially biological carbon signature
NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has detected a carbon signature in samples from the Gale Crater, from a large proportion of carbon-12.
Hibernation could be 'game-changing' for getting to Mars, says ESA
The European Space Agency (ESA) has found hibernation could reduce the size of a spacecraft for a return trip to Mars by a third.
Mars satellite finds water flowed more recently than first thought
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has found evidence of water flowing on the surface of Mars as early as 2 billion years ago.
Apparent Martian groundwater may be something else entirely
Bright radar reflections seen from under the polar cap of Mars could be liquid water but may only be volcanic rock under some ice.
Mars meteorite contains organic materials, but where'd they come from?
Analysis of Martian meteorite Allan Hills 84001 (ALH84001) has determined the organic molecules found aren't of biological origin.
Loss of water on Mars may be due to more factors than first thought
Large swathes of water once found on Mars slowly evaporated over billions of years, and a new paper dissects factors responsible.