05.07.09 - NASA released an interactive, 3-D photographic collection of the International Space Station and a model of the next Mars rover.
04.14.09 - The parachute for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory passed flight-qualification testing in March and April 2009 inside the world's largest wind tunnel, at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif.
03.18.09 - NASA will post online nine names that are finalists for the agency's Mars Science Laboratory mission and invite the public to vote for its favorite.
02.23.09 - Join us for a rare opportunity to go behind-the-scenes to see engineers and technicians as they work on the Mars Science Laboratory, which is scheduled to launch in 2011.
01.16.09 - NASA is issuing a last call to the nation's youth for entries in a contest to name the agency's next Mars rover.
12.04.08 - NASA's Mars Science Laboratory will launch two years later than previously planned, in the fall of 2011.
11.19.08 - Four intriguing places on Mars have risen to the final round as NASA selects a landing site for its next Mars mission, the Mars Science Laboratory.
11.18.08 - NASA is looking for the right stuff, or in this case, the right name for the next Mars rover.
04.04.08 - It's a good thing there's no speed limit on Mars, because the next parachute to fly to the red planet will deploy faster than you can legally drive on a California freeway!
09.17.07 - In early June 2007, the Mars Science Laboratory project completed its project-wide Critical Design Review (CDR), which marks the completion of the project's design phase and transition into the build up of flight hardware.