During the Mars Perseverance engineering and technology overview on Feb. 16, 2021, at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, chief engineer Adam Steltzner displays a rover wheel.
Perseverance hangs beneath its rocket powered descent stage, only a few meters above the martian surface, captured here just before its February 18 touchdown on
On Feb. 18, 2021, NASA’s Perseverance rover landed successfully on Mars. These are the first images of Jezero Crater, on the red planet.
Mars Rover landing crash course- 3 days left.
This amazing image shows striped dunes in Kunowsky Crater on Mars, photographed recently with the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter’s HiRISE Camera.
NASA has just released a stunning video of the Perseverance rover landing on Mars, on February 18.
New Electrolysis system that doesn’t need pure water, can get oxygen and fuel from Mars’ salty water.
The conceptual city of Nüwa is on the slope of one of the Martian cliffs with abundant water access, located at Tempe Mensa.
The world in 2050 is a future filled with amazing technology. By 2050, artificial intelligence and virtual reality will be ubiquitous. Quantum computing and advanced
New propulsion concept providing advanced nuclear thermal design to NASA, to facilitate rapid transportation to the Moon and Mars.