Mars One publicity shot

You could be the life on Mars. Yes, you.

Sep 22, 2014
A Dutch entrepreneur is offering a one-way trip, and reality TV wants a piece too.
Posted In: NASA, space, mars
LDSD's Rocket-powered Test Vehicle

NASA's flying saucers hopefully won't be a smash hit

Jun 11, 2014
It's a bird! It's a plane! Actually, it's NASA's flying saucer.
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Mars Bars

What M&M's have to do with dog food

Apr 9, 2014
Mars makes a lot more than chocolate.
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NASA will go to Mars, but not before 'putting a baggie' on an asteroid

Dec 9, 2013
Before NASA goes to Mars, it will first return to the Moon and capture an asteroid.
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With Mars orbiter, India boldly goes where it hasn't been before

Nov 4, 2013
India will try to become the fourth nation to reach Mars.
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One year after Curiosity, Adam Steltzner on NASA's next step

Aug 7, 2013
NASA's Adam Steltzner on the future of space exploration.
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India announces plans to launch Mars orbiter in 2013

Aug 16, 2012
But after the recent massive power outages in the country, some Indians are concerned that the money should be invested in infrastructure instead.
Posted In: India, mars, space

The cost of living...on Mars

Aug 6, 2012
The Curiosity Rover's successful landing got us wondering: Just how much would it cost to live on the Red Planet?
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Will the investment in the Curiosity rover pay off?

Aug 6, 2012
You can't get more international than Mars -- where the Curiosity rover has landed. Scientists say they're primarily searching for signs of life, but companies are springing up with the goal of extracting non-Earthly resources.
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The costs of the Curiosity rover to Mars

Aug 6, 2012
The NASA rover Curiosity landed on the surface of the red planet late last night. And it was all hugs at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab in California. That's because it took a lot of work -- and money -- to make this moment possible.
Posted In: mars, government spending, NASA, Curiosity rover