12.12.05 - As Opportunity opened her robotic eyes for the first time, it was clear Meridiani Planum was unlike any place NASA ever visited before.
12.09.05 - Look for Mars in the night sky on December 12, 2005, and wish Opportunity a Happy One Martian Year Anniversary!
12.09.05 - NASA's robotic explorers are showing us Mars is much more than just the "red planet."
11.21.05 - Since Spirit's landing on January 3, 2004, Mars has completed one orbit around the Sun. That's one martian year - about twice as long as a year on Earth. With this anniversary in mind, it's time to celebrate the rover's accomplishments.
11.09.05 - From working with prototype rovers in an Earth-bound sandbox, to driving on the actual red sands of Mars, Dr. Ashley Stroupe gets the best of both planets.
10.24.05 - What could have been dismissed as "just static" in a radio signal is actually an echo from Mars that might reflect the shape of hidden ice and rock structures beneath the martian surface.
10.20.05 - In fall of 2005, Mars will outshine most of the stars in the night sky.
10.05.05 - As the rovers keep journeying across the surface of Mars, scientists are busy churning out journal articles that herald the new discoveries revealed by their robot geologist partners.
08.17.05 - Blind students explore Mars with computer skills and adventurers' hearts.
04.28.05 - Spirit backs off from its first attempt to reach the top of the "Columbia Hills."
04.27.05 - The largest of the two is less than a foot wide.
04.11.2005 - Spirit spies a swarm of dust devils wheeling across the plains of Gusev Crater.
01.25.05 - This summer, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will embark on a mission to examine the surface of Mars in more detail than ever before.
01.13.05 - Camera images from Mars tell a story about wind.
01.03.05 - Rob Manning, leader of the landing team for the Mars Rovers, recalls the thrills and chills of Spirit's historic arrival.
05.07.04 - And now, for Spirit and Opportunity, it's time for the bonus round.
04.23.04 - How do you get a picture-perfect day on Mars? By conducting tests, tests and more tests on Earth.
04.27.04 - Learn how scientists can interpret Mars by following geologist Jim Garvin on a virtual tour of a recently formed volcanic island in Iceland.
04.22.04 - Mars opens a new window on our own planet.
04.07.04 - Administrator's "we're back" enshrined at Mission:SPACE thrill ride.