After its historic touchdown on Mars last week, China’s Zhurong rover shares its view of the red planet.
NASA released new images and audio captured by its Perseverance rover, as well as a multi-camera view of its touchdown on Mars.
The biggest and fastest rover ever sent to Mars will attempt its death-defying landing on Thursday afternoon.
If humans want to not die on Mars, they’ll need a reliable source of water. NASA scientists think they’ve found it in a place where ice is so close to the surface that astronauts could get to it with a shovel.
And there's a picture!