The latest data returned from the rover suggest that the bulk of the Martian atmosphere floated off into space long ago.
Articles tagged "Curiosity"
The Curiosity's got a glitch, but NASA's on it.
Evidence of past microorganisms on the Red Planet is breathtaking news. But it doesn’t mean Curiosity’s mission can be declared a success and operations shut down. Far from it.
And Curiosity had nothing to do with its discovery.
While Curiosity gets the limelight and the press love, its terrestrial cousins sadly and stoically wander onward, quietly obtaining valuable data about the Earth's poles.
Space might be one of the few arenas where a no news becomes news.
So let's go for a vacation!
Even though the Curiosity Rover has only been on Mars for two months, but NASA's already talking about how to bring her home. Or is it him? Either way, everybody's favorite $2.5 billion SUV could be chilling out in the National Air and Space Museum w…
Things are getting pretty serious for the Curiosity rover on Mars. Now that the $2.5 billion machine has made a perfect landing on Mars, found the first confirmable evidence of flowing water on the planet’s surface and rolled around a bit, Curiosity…
New pictures provide more evidence for the existence of water on ancient Mars.
An eclipse on Mars doesn't look like much, but tells scientists a whole lot about the red planet.
It'll take you nearly a day and a walking distance of over 50 miles. That's why.
Here's a big terrestrial groan hot of the presses: Will.I.Am's ""Reach for the Stars"":http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/27/will-i-am-reach-for-the-stars-mars_n_1833353.html is set to "beam down from the Curiosity Rover":http://www.nasa.gov/home/…
Curiosity took it's first drive this week, and it was way simpler than the rover that roved before.
Even as something of a Mars fever naysayer, I can say that the sight of dust billowing as the Curiosity lander touches down delivers an eerie, awed chill. The video above, coming courtesy of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, was just released today,
NASA's picked the next mission. We're going back to Mars and leaving questions of Titan and Comets unanswered.
After 15 sols, Curiosity is ready to roll. Here's the plan.