NASA's released a new, stunning self-portrait of the Curiosity Mars rover, stitched together from dozens of high-resolution images.
NASA's confirmed rumors that the Curiosity rover has found organic compounds on Mars - but says they're probably not a sign of life, and likely came from Earth.
Space nuts may get an early Christmas present this year: rumors are flying that NASA is preparing to announce the discovery of organic molecules on Mars - a possible sign of life.
NASA's Curiosity rover has been gathering a wealth of information about winds and natural radiation on Mars, spotting whirlwinds and changes in air pressure.
Data from NASA's Curiosity rover is helping to explain how Mars may have lost much of its original atmosphere, leaving it with 100 times less than Earth.
NASA's Curiosity rover has finished its first set of tests on the soil sample it scooped up earlier this month and discovered it's a lot like the volcanic soils of Hawaii.
The first rock to be touched by NASA's Curiosity rover - dubbed Jake Matijevic - turns out to have a very Earth-like composition, different to anything before seen on Mars.
NASA's Mars Curiosity rover has successfully collected and sampled a scoopful of sand and powdery material at the "Rocknest" site on the Red Planet.
NASA's Curiosity rover is getting ready to take its first scoop of Martian soil.
Preliminary weather reports from the Curiosity rover’s Remote Environment Monitoring Station (REMS) are showing some surprisingly mild temperatures during the day.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity is taking a break from its drive to Glenelg to examine a football-size rock with its robotic arm.
NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover has completed the delicate calibration of a robotic arm as it awaits further instructions in Gale Crater near the Martian equator.
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover is taking a break from driving to prepare for full use of the tools on its arm.
The kids are in the back, there's gas in the tank, and NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has set off on its first long trip.
Ray Bradbury's now officially part of the galaxy.
Humans have left the first wheel tracks on Mars, following the Curiosity rover's first, short drive.
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover will take its first test drive today, in a 30-minute jaunt that will end where it started.
Yesterday, an invader from another planet fired off a laser 30 times, in what we have to hope won't be seen as an act of aggression by any overlooked Martian inhabitants.
No this is not a report about a horrible diseases on Mars we could potentially bring back to Earth - that was pretty much the plot of The Andromeda Strain, except that disease came back from the moon.
NASA's in the final stages of a series of software updates to the Curiosity Mars rover designed to optimize it for surface operations.