Mars: Page: 4

This is page 4 of the Mars posts on Science, Space & Robots.


NASA Exploring Idea of Tumbleweed Inspired Mars Rovers
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Langley Research Center are both pursuing the idea of sending wind-powered tumbleweed-like rovers to Mars. (June 4, 2010)

Mars Rover Image Shows Earth As Seen From Mars
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center has released the image above. (April 28, 2010)

Success! NASA Spacecraft Confirms Martian Water
Above is a graphic of the tweet from the Mars Phoenix Twitter that water had been confirmed on the surface of the planet Mars. (July 31, 2008)

Phoenix Lander Discovers Ice, Salt or Something Else?
NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander may be on the verge of a big discovery. (June 17, 2008)

Man on Mars or Rock on Mars?
Some believe that the above magnified image from Nasa's spacecraft Spirit is a man or creature on the planet Mars. (January 28, 2008)

Scientist Suggests Terraforming Mars
Space. (June 25, 2007)

Mars Rovers Returns Images of Victoria Crater
The BBC reports that Enduring, one of NASA's enduring Mars rovers, is returning pictures from the Victoria Crater on Mars. (October 2, 2006)

Face on Mars is Not a Face
The face on Mars appears to be a natural rock formation based on new images taken by Mars Express. (September 25, 2006)

Mars Rovers Still Going
The Mars rovers Spirt and Opportunity continue to explore the Martian landscape. (April 18, 2006)

Google Lauches Google Mars
>Google has a new feature called Google Mars that lets you browse the surface of Mars using images provided by NASA using the same technology behind Google Maps. (March 16, 2006)

Mars in 3 Hours?
An article on New Scientist discusses an ship that could slip into multidimensional hyperspace and travel to far away destinations incredibly quickly -- like Mars in just 3 hours. (January 30, 2006)

Beagle 2 Found on Mars?
The BBC reports that one of the scientists working on the Beagle 2 mission believes the lost Mars probe may have been discovered in recent pictures of the Mars surface. (December 20, 2005)