Elon Musk Admits Some People Might Die In The Journey To Mars
Elon Musk admits 'a bunch of people will probably die' during SpaceX's initial voyages to Mars but has insisted it will be a 'glorious adventure and amazing experience'. The SpaceX founder was speaking with Peter Diamandis, founder of the X Prize Foundation when he made the stark prediction according to a report by DailyMail. Musk…
First Arab space mission to Mars launches from Japan
The first Arab space mission to Mars, an unmanned probe dubbed "Hope", blasted off from Japan on Monday on a mission...
China space programme targets July launch for Mars mission
China is targeting a July launch for its ambitious plans for a Mars mission which will include landing a remote-controlled robot on the surface of the red planet
Trembling Mars gives up more seismic secrets
Mars is a constantly tremoring "living" body, researchers said Monday as they unveiled measurements of seismic activity on the red planet showing similar tremble rates to Earth or the Moon.
First lake of liquid water is discovered on Mars
A massive underground lake has been detected for the first time on Mars, raising the possibility that more water -- and maybe even life -- exists there, international astronomers said Wednesday.
NASA's newest Mars lander to study quakes on Red Planet
NASA is poised to launch its first lander to Mars since 2012, an unmanned spacecraft called InSight that aims to listen for quakes and unravel the mystery of how rocky planets like Earth form.
All eyes on Trump over Mars
On the campaign trail in the space industry state of Florida, Trump said in October he wanted to "free Nasa from the restriction of serving primarily as a logistics agency for low-orbit activity".
Mars: graveyard of broken dreams and landers
Mars, the fourth planet from the Sun, has become a veritable graveyard for landers and rovers despatched to its surface from neighbouring Earth.