NASA has selected nine American companies to develop technologies for lunar deliveries launched from Earth.
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NASA's InSight spacecraft sends 'selfie' back to earth
Join Euronews live as NASA's InSight lander arrives on Mars.
While other Mars probes have been looking for water and signs of life on the red planet, the robotic lander InSight is very different. It is looking find out how warm and geologically-active the planet is.
Will ExoMars be the mission to find life on Mars? Euronews is first to film Airbus' specially-built rover clean room and discuss the freshly-selected landing site with European and Russian experts.
#AskSpace: When will humans reach Mars? Manish Patel, a planetary scientist and member of the ExoMars science team from The Open University gives his view.
NASA has chosen the Jezero Crater as the landing site for its upcoming Mars 2020 rover mission after a five-year search
The joint ESA-Roscosmos ExoMars mission has chosen an area called Oxia Planum as its favoured landing site to look for life, now or in the past.
The clock is ticking: you have a month left if you're interested in trying to name Europe's next Mars robot.
Stunning pictures of Mars and Saturn taken as the two planets were making their closest approach to Earth this year have been released.
Underground lake found on Mars according to Italian researchers.
The longest total lunar eclipse of the century will take place on July 27 and Europe is in prime position to admire the spectacle.
Most of Mars is engulfed in a dust storm the likes of which has not been seen for over a decade.
NASA's Curiosity rover finds organics and methane ‘cycle’ on red planet.
The European Space Agency has released a full planet view of Mars to celebrate 15 years of its Mars Express spacecraft, giving a unique new perspective on the red planet.
NASA's InSight mission to Mars was launched on an Atlas V-401 rocket from California in the early hours of Saturday morning and will take six months to reach the planet.
Scientists say Marsbees will be the size of bumblebees but with cicada-sized wings.
Many scientists believe there could be life on the other moons and planets of our solar system. We report on the latest in astrobiology research from the Mars-like environment of the Rio Tinto in southern Spain.
#AskSpace: Astronaut Paolo Nespoli gives his views on how astronauts will handle the long journey to Mars.