National space agencies and private companies have made colonization of Mars a priority. However, when it’s time to request public funding, the search for
This weeks marks the one-year anniversary, Martian time (687 Earth days), of the Curiosity Mars rover’s landing on the Red Planet. I was
Update, July 15, 2018: I thought of this five-year-old post tonight when seeing this tweet: Red Sprite Lightning Taken by Paul Smith on July 14,
The European Space Agency, NASA, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and University of Arizona have put together this excellent simulation of a landing on Titan,
You probably know what Mars looks like, thanks to recent headlines about the Curiosity rover (if not, take a look at the first post here).