Mars

NASA Mars Insight Lander About To Turn Off

After spending four years on the surface of the Red planet, NASA’s Mars insight lander is about to turn off. The amount of dust covering the lander’s solar panels has been causing its power levels to decrease for the past several months. Although NASA previously warned that InSight was not responding properly as it couldn’t respond to signals from Earth.

Scientist Proposes Plan To Grow Forests On Mars

Mars or “The Red Planet” has always caught the attention of space explorers. Humans have been thinking of colonizing and building permanent settlements on Mars for decades. The crucial part comes when the Martian surface emerges as a topic of discussion. The planet is barren and inhospitable due to its climate, but the new research outlines a plan to build forests on Mars.

Evidence Suggests Water On Mars Came From Asteroids

For many decades, the red planet has always baffled our scientists. A research a few weeks back suggested that there used to be water on Mars but changing climate changed everything for the planet. The latest research has dug a bit deeper into the mystery.

Mars Holds The Secret If Humans Are Alone In Universe

This question is the most mysterious billion-dollar question. Humans have so far looked into the length and breadth of the universe and still couldn’t come up with a sufficient answer to the question. The question still remains a mystery, but one shouldn’t shy away from probing more.

Ancient Life Destroyed Mars

According to a new study, published in the Nature Astronomy this week stated that ancient life on Mars destroyed the planet. 

Mars Has 15,694 Lbs Of Human Trash

For the past 50 years, humans have sent robots and other machinery to explore Mars. These machines have either crashed or stopped working and have been just left there. As of now, there is an estimated 15,694 lbs (pounds) of trash left by human exploration.

Going To Space Has Changed Astronauts’ DNA

A research published on August 31 in Nature Communications Biology found that the blood-forming stem cells of all fourteen astronauts in the study, who were part of NASA’s space shuttle program, contained DNA mutations.