Scientists tap into an array of imagers aboard the six-wheeled explorer to get a big picture of the Red Planet.
The lander cleared enough dust from one solar panel to keep its seismometer on through the summer, allowing scientists to study the three biggest quakes they’ve seen on Mars.
The rotorcraft captures nuances of rocky outcrop during aerial reconnaissance.
Two interactive web experiences let you explore the Martian surface, as seen by cameras aboard the rover and orbiters flying overhead.
The Johnson Space Center scientist was tasked with helping guide the way for mission’s first cored Mars rock sample.
Scientists found evidence that a region of northern Mars called Arabia Terra experienced thousands of "super eruptions," the biggest volcanic eruptions known, over a 500-million-year period.
The rocks it has analyzed for sample collection are helping the team better understand a past marked by volcanic activity and water.
Dr. Shannon Curry, planetary scientist and the deputy assistant director of planetary science at the Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) at the University of California, Berkeley, has assumed leadership of NASA’s first mission devoted to studying the Martian atmosphere.
The three award recipients – Diana Trujillo, Christina Hernandez, and Clara O’Farrell – are engineers from the NASA rover team.
Panelists will discuss the Perseverance rover’s successful collection of the sample and latest science analysis.
The rock core is now enclosed in an airtight titanium sample tube, and will be available for retrieval in the future.
Perseverance will obtain additional imagery of the sample tube before potentially completing the process of collecting its first scientifically-selected Mars sample.
The rover will abrade a rock this week, allowing scientists and engineers to decide whether that target would withstand its powerful drill.
Perseverance scientist impressed with aerial images of location considered for rover exploration.
A new video rings in the rover’s ninth year on Mars, letting viewers tour Curiosity’s location on a Martian mountain.
By combining observations from three international spacecraft at Mars, scientists were able to show that regional dust storms play a huge role in drying out the Red Planet.
Can you see NASA’s newest rover in this picture from Jezero Crater?
The prestigious honor recognizes the pioneering rotorcraft for its history-making flights on the Red Planet.
The rover continues to explore Jezero Crater while the team assesses today’s activities.
This week, the Perseverance team here on Earth hopes to make scientific treasure hunting history on Mars.
A member of the Perseverance rover’s science team explains why the aerial image offers science advantages over ground-level images.
Three studies published in the past month have cast doubt on the premise of subsurface lakes below the Martian south pole.
Three papers published today share new details on the crust, mantle, and molten core of the Red Planet.
The six-wheeler’s science campaign has laid the groundwork for the mission’s next major milestone.