A telescopic camera in orbit around Mars caught a view of NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander suspended from its parachute during the lander’s successful arrival at Mars Sunday evening, May 25. The image from the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter marks the first time ever one spacecraft has photographed another one in the act of landing on Mars.
Camera On Mars Orbiter Snaps Phoenix During Landing ScienceDaily
New Findings Could Dash Hopes For Past Oceans On Mars ScienceDaily
After a decades-long scientific quest, scientists analyzing data from the Thermal Emission Spectrometer (TES) on NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft have at last found critical evidence the instrument was built to search for
NASA’s Mars Odyssey Points To Melting Snow As Cause Of Gullies ScienceDaily
Images from the visible light camera on NASA’s Mars Odyssey spacecraft, combined with images from NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor, suggest melting snow is the likely cause of the numerous eroded gullies first documented on Mars in 2000 by Global Surveyor.
Space water recycling experiment flying high aboard Space Shuttle ScienceDaily
In a remote, hostile, totally alien environment, every life-sustaining resource is precious
MIT Researchers Help Create Best-Yet Map Of Mars’ Terrain ScienceDaily
Researchers have known for some time that Mars has a deep dent in its southern hemisphere. Until recent measurements yielded a highly accurate, global map of the red planet’s topography, they didn’t know that the Hellas basin could swallow Mt. Everest, or that the asteroid that caused the crater hurtled debris as far as 2,500 miles across the planet’s surface.