The latest news on Mars
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Curiosity rover is celebrating its one-year anniversary on Mars.
The scientists developed a plan that addresses obstacles facing a human mission to Mars.
Study suggests Mars was once "wet and warm."
Pebbles on Mars likely moved by a swift moving stream.
Study is the first to measure actual exposure on a Mars-bound spacecraft.
Buzz Aldrin says the 'planetary defense exercise' is a waste of time.
The billionaire businessman plans to launch his Inspiration Mars trip in 2018.
NASA scientist Roger Wiens talks about the role Mars Rover Curiosity plays in the future of space exploration.
Dutch nonprofit plans to fly four astronauts to Mars in 2023.
NASA has become too risk-averse, critics say.