NASA`s Mars rover Curiosity has begun operations in a new area on the Red Planet nicknamed "the Kimberly" after the Western Australian region.
An unmanned NASA Rover has captured images of a celestial object, believed to be a UFO, on Mars.
The first scoop of soil analysed by the Curiosity rover reveals that fine materials on the Martian surface may contain "abundant" water, Xinhua reported Thursday citing US researchers.
After being parked at a sand dune for a month, NASA’s over Curiosity is set to move on to find Martian bedrock for drilling into.
Preliminary data from the NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity indicate that the Gale Crater landing site might be drier than expected.
NASA’s Mars Curiosity team is almost finished robotic arm tests in preparation for the rover to touch and examine its first Martian rock.
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