NASA, ESA and private companies all have plans to conquer Mars. But how realistic are they? How far advanced is the technology necessary to get there – and could humans even survive on Mars? Former space traveler Thomas Reiter tells us more.
A technical glitch has caused SpaceX to delay the first commercial flight of a new rocket as it was about to blast off. The rocket needs to complete seven successful flights before it can transport astronauts for NASA.
An American spacecraft, laden with European gear, will be the first to study the deep interior of Mars. InSight will give us a better understanding of how rocky, terrestiral planets like our own formed.
A NASA spacecraft has blasted off for Mars on a mission to collect data on the Red Planet's deep interior. Researchers hope to gain clues about how Mars and other rocky planets like Earth formed billions of years ago.
Researchers with the Austrian Space Forum have started a three-week simulated mission to Mars in Oman's barren desert. It may be less flashy than a SpaceX rocket, but the mission still hopes to answer major questions.
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