Researchers have built the model for an artificial gravity-powered "lunar city" that could make living on the Moon a possibility by the end of the 21st century.
It's unclear what the string-like object is, though it could be left-over debris from Perseverance's landing maneuver over a year ago.
Named Black Beauty, it formed almost 4.5 billion years ago and adds to evidence that Mars was once habitable.
The loud noise will be as a result of the eventual bursting of a pressurized lunar habitat module.
Advancing quickly in space, China has laid out plans for several moon missions in coming years, prompting a warning from NASA boss Bill Nelson.
The organic carbon was found in mud samples dating back 3.5 billion years, just after Mars lost its atmosphere.
While both male and female commanders were focused on task completion, the study found that women more frequently encouraged their team with positive messages.
In June, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will all be visible in the sky in the same order as they orbit the sun—for the first time in 18 years.
The five planets, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn—will all be visible at once throughout the month of June in the same order as they orbit the sun.
The ExoMars mission to search for life on the Red Planet was halted in March due to Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
The formations, shared by the alien-hunting SETI Institute, were probably formed by natural erosion.
The space agency used its InSight lander to detect the magnitude 5 'marsquake' that blew the previous record out of the water.
The Perseverance Rover captured of one of Mars' two moons Phobos as it eclipses the sun.
As NASA readies a human return to the moon for the first time in decades, the agency has announced SpaceX's Starship lander will have commercial competition.
The enormous rocket is set to return humans to the moon for the first time in decades—and onwards to Mars.
Large companies are continuing to blacklist Russia while others are remaining operational in the country.
NASA has selected new early-stage projects that "expand the scope of the possible," including projectiles capable of pummeling Earth-threatening asteroids.
The clouds of frozen carbon dioxide were photographed at an altitude of around 50 miles by NASA's Curiosity rover.
The space agency's most advanced rover ever has been exploring the Red Planet for a year, pushing the boundaries of discovery on another world.
Social media users have claimed a photo taken by a European Space Agency Mars probe is fake or a CGI render.
A photo appearing to show an alien basking on the surface of Mars has caught attention online recently—but is it possible that Mars could host such a life form?
Space researcher Sara Motaghian described the results as "really cool" to Newsweek, and said they could help in the search for life on the surface of Mars.
The amount of energy released from the recent blast is comparable to other major eruptions throughout Earth's history.
Mars said the characters used for M&M's advertising would be updated to reflect a "more dynamic, progressive world."
Study author Motohiko Murakami told Newsweek the faster cooling of Earth's interior could lead to "more active tectonics" in the future.
Whistleblowing isn't going away.
For years, scientists have debated whether meteor ALH84001, a 4-pound rock that landed in Antarctica in 1984, contained proof of ancient life on the red planet.
As China's Tianwen-1 spacecraft catches images of itself orbiting Mars, we look back at the best images taken by the craft and its Zhurong rover since its launch in July 2020.
From imaging black holes, rovers on Mars, chimeric embryos, and coming up with solutions to plastic pollution, 2021 has been an important year for science.
Without doubt, 2021 was packed full of bizarre conspiracy theories that quickly spread online. Newsweek has the best of the bunch.