NASA's newest Mars rover, Perseverance, will gather valuable data and deploy a drone helicopter called Ingenuity on the red planet.
The only working rover on Mars continues its journey through a crater that once held water.
Why that's actually not good news for astrobiologists looking for extraterrestrial life.
Evaporating water ice crystals in the Martian atmosphere create cirrus-like formations above the red planet.
PUFFERs can explore lava tubes, caves, crevasses, steep slopes, cliffs, and other hazardous areas on other worlds.
It's hella windy there right now.
The very short story of a disgruntled passenger and her quest for knowledge.
That rock detail tho.
Hold on to your buttes.