Luckily for Phobos, scientists think it has at least 30 million years before it kicks the bucket.
A new pictures from the Mars Curiosity Rover has some thinking martians have good dining etiquette.
NASA says it has an explanation for the levitating utensil.
During the last 10 years, NASA has treated us to some of the most amazing imagery from the surface of Mars. Here are some of my favorites!
Astronomers often use "false-color" images to better understand deep space phenomena like supernova remnants or nebulae. But
(Story continues below.) No, these stunning images (below) aren't photos of Mars. They're renderings of the Red Planet created
SCROLL DOWN FOR IMAGE The Rover is also expected to use its Chemistry and Camera instrument, or ChemCam, for the first time
These new images were taken in November and December of 2011 by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera
With NASA's new Curiosity Rover set to land on the surface in August, this app will get even more interesting. NASA has released
As the CO2 becomes a gas, large pits, the spots in the photograph (the smallest of which are about 60 meters across), begin