Possible Existence Of life on Mars

The purpose of rovers is to uncover the life of other substances on other planets. NASA’s rovers have so far only landed on Mars and have not been spotted on any other celestial body. 
However, there are currently two rovers from NASA and one rover from China with very different missions roaming around Mars. The Curiosity Rover’s mission is to examine the composition of Mars craters, like rock, soil, water, and other things. 
Perseverance, on the other hand, is more concerned with the hunt for life-…

Mars’ Longest-Running Rover

There are currently six rovers on Mars. NASA has five rovers while China has one. Sojourne, the first NASA rover dispatched to Mars, landed on Chryse Planitia on July 4, 1997. 
Curiosity and Perseverance are currently the only active rovers out there. Curiosity landed on Mars in 2012 while Perseverance arrived in February 2021. Sojourner, Spirit and Opportunity, Curiosity, Perseverance, and Zhurong are the names of the rovers that have landed on Mars so far.
Rovers are constantly deployed to Mars to investigate the …

An Overview of the Red Planet Mars

Have you ever wondered why Mars is also known as the Red Planet? This is due to the fact that its soil and atmosphere appear red due to the oxidation or rusting of iron minerals prevalent in Martian soil.
Mars has two peculiar moons, and it is the fourth planet in the solar system. It is also the most explored planet outside of Earth. It is a terrestrial planet, with 687 Earth days equivalent to its year length. 
The planet’s one-way light time to the sun is estimated to be roughly 13.371325 minutes which varies …

A Metallic Meteorite is Unearthed by the Curiosity Rover

NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory program includes the Curiosity Rover which has been on Mars for ten years and 163 days and counting. It is the size of a regular vehicle and is intended to explore Mars’ Gale crater.
On January 28, 2023, MSL Curiosity discovered a magnificent metal meteorite on Mars that is composed primarily of iron and nickel. Cacao is the name given to the one-foot-long or thirty-centimeter-long meteorite.
Curiosity had its first glimpse of the shadow of Cacao at midnight on January 27, a …