NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has been tracking the changes in the Martian landscape since 2006. Over the last decade, the HiRISE camera onboard the MRO has been monitoring InSight’s landing
(CNN) — The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has been keeping an eye on its namesake planet since 2006. It's searched for evidence of water, identified intriguing objects on the surface and acted as a communication
NASA’s InSight lander, the first robotic geophysicist on Mars, has been listening to the orchestral soundscape of the Red Planet for several hundred days now, attempting to ascertain what kind of geological
If confirmed, it would be the first time seismic activity ever detected on the Red Planet. There are earthquakes and moonquakes, and now a NASA spacecraft has detected what's believed to be a "marsquake"
taken in the Terra Sabaea region of Mars, west of Augakuh Vallis. This mysterious pattern sits on the crest of a ridge and is thought to be the result of dust devil activity – essentially the convergence