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Mars InSight spacecraft lands on Red Planet

Mars Insight's goal is to listen for quakes and tremors as a way to unveil the Red Planet's inner mysteries

Oh great, even more water on Mars

We used to laugh at the idea that Mars had canals — now it turns out there’s a whole fricking lake

Probe to sniff Martian methane mystery

The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter will circle the planet and measure minute levels of atmospheric gases.

10 things you didn’t know about Mars

The only planet inhabited entirely by robots is revealing interesting facts as little rovers trundle across the surface of the Red Planet.

Mars communication takes break due to sun interference

It's the Martian version of spring break: Curiosity and Opportunity will take it easy this month because of the sun's interference.

Martian lookalikes could be on Earth

The Mars Science Laboratory's mission to the planet is the latest in a series of operations that began more than three decades ago.

SA team helped land Curiosity on Mars

The South African National Space Agency has revealed that a South African team helped Nasa to land the Curiosity rover on Mars.

Curiosity on target for ‘eye of the needle’ Mars landing

The spacecraft and its systems are functioning flawlessly, and forecasts predict favourable Martian weather over the landing zone.

Nasa prepares to unleash ‘terror’ on Mars

The biggest, baddest space rover ever built for exploring an alien planet is nearing its August 6 landing on Mars, and Nasa is anxious for success.

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