1. Mars once had liquid water  The Tribune
  2. Air deliveries bring NASA's Perseverance Mars rover closer to launch  Phys.Org
  3. This Summer, Three Countries Are Heading Off to Mars  Air & Space Magazine
  4. New Mars Landing Tech Offers Internship and Science Opportunity - Meet JPL Interns | NASA/JPL Edu  NASA/JPL Edu News
  5. Elon Musk teases a bold plan to terraform Mars with 10,000 nukes - 'No problem'  Express.co.uk
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New information has been found about the surface of Mars which could give more information about the planet’s elusive history. A study, published in the journal ‘Nature Geoscience’,Study suggests the Red Planet likely had a stable environment, an atmosphere and a magnetic field New information has been found about the surface of Mars which could give more information about the planet’s elusive history.

Mars once had liquid water : The Tribune India

Progress continues to speed along as NASA's Perseverance rover readies for its launch this summer. On May 11, the rover team at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida received the tubes tasked with ...

Air deliveries bring NASA's Perseverance Mars rover closer to launch

A mini-armada of landers and orbiters will descend on the Red Planet.A mini-armada of landers and orbiters will descend on the Red Planet.

This Summer, Three Countries Are Heading Off to Mars | Space | Air & Space Magazine

“Watch NASA 'test the absolute heck out of' its Mars Perseverance rover - CNET https://t.co/TrKa0zIeUF”

Tania Gonzalez on Twitter: "Watch NASA 'test the absolute heck out of' its Mars Perseverance rover - CNET https://t.co/TrKa0zIeUF"

“Hey @NASA ….. I received your gift. I know it’s been 20 years since we met on Mars and I just wanted to say ….. aww you shouldn’t have 😜😜😜😂😂😂 !!!!! Have fun up there @NASAPersevere !!!!!”

Britney Spears on Twitter: "Hey @NASA ….. I received your gift. I know it’s been 20 years since we met on Mars and I just wanted to say ….. aww you shouldn’t have 😜😜😜😂😂😂 !!!!! Have fun up there @NASAPersevere !!!!!"

“We've got the crewed SpaceX launch later this month, and @NASAPersevere heading out in July... #Nice”

Robert Heron on Twitter: "We've got the crewed SpaceX launch later this month, and @NASAPersevere heading out in July... #Nice"

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New Mars Landing Tech Offers Internship and Science Opportunity - Meet JPL Interns | NASA/JPL Edu

A NASA Wallops Flight Facility cargo plane transported more than two tons of equipment — including the rover's sample collection tubes — to Florida for this summer's liftoff.A NASA Wallops Flight Facility cargo plane transported more than two tons of equipment — including the rover's sample collection tubes — to Florida for this summer's liftoff.

Air Deliveries Bring NASA's Perseverance Mars Rover Closer to Launch – NASA’s Mars Exploration Program

ELON MUSK has hit back at a Roscosmos executive questioning his concept of terraforming Mars by blasting by the Red Planet with nuclear warheads, with the pithy reply 'no problem'.ELON MUSK has hit back at a Roscosmos executive questioning his concept of terraforming Mars by blasting by the Red Planet with nuclear warheads, with the pithy reply "no problem".

Elon Musk teases a bold plan to terraform Mars with 10,000 nukes - 'No problem' | Science | News | Express.co.uk

A team of researchers at the University of Tokyo has revealed tantalizing details about Mars’ seismic activity for the very first time."What is Mars made of and how was it formed? I think we are about to find out."

New Marsquake study could shatter theories on how Mars was born | Space

Scientists studying the ancient Martian Tissint meteorite say they've found new evidence that Mars was volcanically active a few hundred million years ago ... and may still be today.Scientists studying the ancient Martian Tissint meteorite say they've found new evidence that Mars was volcanically active a few hundred million years ago ... and may still be today.

Is Mars still volcanically active? New study says maybe | Space | EarthSky