NASA's latest Mars rover has made a discovery that could point to the presence of life on Mars in the distant past.
An Earth-based extremophile has shown that it is possible for life to survive on Mars for very long periods of time.
This intriguing photograph seems to show a carved rock face on the surface of Mars... or does it ?
NASA's Perseverance rover captured an image of something rather unusual on the Martian surface this week.
A new study has suggested that evidence of ancient Martian life may only exist two meters beneath the surface.
NASA's Perseverance rover has photographed a small rock balanced precariously on top of a larger rock.
Images of anomalous objects on the Red Planet have been doing the rounds for years, but none of them are quite what they seem.
The space probe, which landed in the Elysium Planitia region of Mars in 2018, is now in its final months.
These giant 'scratches' on the surface of the Red Planet were captured on camera by ESA's Mars Express orbiter.
NASA's Curiosity rover has captured a photograph of what appears to be a doorway carved into the rock.
NASA's plucky helicopter has captured close-up images of the wreckage from Perseverance's arrival on Mars.
The rover, which landed on Mars over a year ago, has set eyes on parts of its own landing system for the first time.
Carbon associated with biological processes has been discovered in samples analyzed by the rover.
The rover, which has been collecting samples of the Matrian surface, has run into a bit of a problem.
The SpaceX CEO and entrepreneur is certainly no stranger to making overly ambitious predictions.
NASA's Perseverance rover has discovered organic compounds in rocks and dust on the floor of Jezero Crater.
An image captured in 2006 has recently been the subject of debate and controversy on social media.
Perseverance has made history by collecting and storing the first core sample that will one day return to Earth.
Caves dotted around the surface of the Red Planet could provide a safe haven for future human explorers.
Scientists have identified two unusual asteroids between Mars and Jupiter that shouldn't actually be there.