Plateaus, trenches and landslides from the Noctis Labyrinthus region on Mars are clearly visible in a newly released image from the Mars Express spacecraft.
The latest images from NASA's Curiosity rover show a dramatic 360-degree view of the first extraterrestrial sand dunes ever explored.
Watch pressurized rovers roll around the surface of the Red Planet, navigating a someday home for humanity, in this computer-animated concept video.
The Mars Curiosity rover is gearing up to boogie on the beach as NASA sends it on a new mission to study the Red Planet's fascinating sand dunes.
Eventually, humans are going to have to ditch their third rock from the sun. Here's where a NASA scientist says we should go next.
What would it be like to see Mars firsthand if you were scrambling across it to survive? See for yourself, in 3D, even.
It's been well established that the Internet has an overactive imagination, but the latest "sighting" in images from the Curiosity rover is a little much for CNET's Eric Mack.
When legendary director Ridley Scott needed advice for his latest movie, about a manned mission to Mars gone awry, he called on the real-life team working to putting astronauts on the Red Planet.
What looks like a mysterious figure in a Mars photo gets the Internet excited; CNET's Eric Mack asks NASA what the space agency makes of it all.
NASA has launched a new website that lets you explore Mars through interactive map made up of images and data from the space agency, including rover mission photos.
The Curiosity rover's high-resolution camera has returned pictures of a dusty sunset on the Red Planet.
We've known for some time that the Red Planet has frozen water and likely once hosted massive oceans, but it turns out Curiosity may not have to dig too deep to wet its whistle.
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