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BLOG: Investigating Underground Martian Ice with Impact Craters - 08/26/2014
Imagine if there was a layer of ice as tall as a 13-story building underneath the entire state of Texas. We have found a layer of ice that big under a region of Mars called Arcadia Planitia.Read Blog >>
Tall Boulder Rolls Down Martian Hill, Lands Upright - 08/13/2014
A new photo from NASA's MRO shows a trail made from by a giant boulder tumbling downhill.Read More >>Related Image >>
Mars Spacecraft Prepare for Close Comet Flyby - 07/25/2014
NASA is taking steps to protect its Mars orbiters, while preserving opportunities to gather valuable scientific data, as Comet Siding Spring heads toward a close flyby of Mars.Read More >>More on Comet Siding Spring >>Archived Webcast >>
NASA Adds Evidence for 'Dry Ice' Gullies on Mars
Repeated observations by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter indicate the surface gullies are mainly formed by seasonal freezing of carbon dioxide, not liquid water.Read More >>
MRO Views Rover Crossing Into New Zone
A recent image from a telescopic camera orbiting Mars caught NASA's Curiosity Mars rover reaching the edge of its landing ellipse.Read More >>
Recent Videos
Colliding Atmospheres: Mars vs Comet Siding Spring - 08/06/2014
Comet Siding Spring is about to fly historically close to Mars. The encounter could spark Martian auroras, a meteor shower, and other unpredictable effects. Whatever happens, NASA's fleet of Mars satellites will have a ringside seat.Watch Video >>
Mars Weathercam Helps Find Big, New Crater - 05/22/2014
How before-and-after pictures led to the discovery of a fresh meteor impact crater on Mars.Watch Video >>
Dry Ice Moves on Mars
Is frozen carbon dioxide a key to features in some Martian gullies? To find out, scientists grabbed a bag of dry ice and took a road trip.More >>
Marks On Martian Dunes May Be Tracks Of Dry-Ice Sleds
NASA research indicates hunks of frozen carbon dioxide -- dry ice -- may glide down some Martian sand dunes on cushions of gas similar to miniature hovercraft, plowing furrows as they go.More >>
Mars’ Whirling Dust Devil
Animation of a skinny "dust devil" on the dust-covered Amazonis Planitia region of northern Mars.More >>
Storm Chaser on Mars
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Catches a Twister in Action.More >>
Where is the Orbiter?
Where is the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter?
View the simulated views and computer generated images of where Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is now.More >>
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Mars in The Palm of Your Hands
Tune in with Mars on the go.Download the Be A Martian App, on your Android, iPhone, Windows Phone and Tablets!More >>
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Be part of exploration and discovery, and personally contribute to the expansion of human knowledge for all of us now, and as a legacy for those who follow.More >>
Eyes on the Solar System
"Eyes on the Solar System" is a 3-D environment full of real NASA mission data. Explore the cosmos, including Mars from your computer. Fly with NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft. See the entire solar system moving in real time. It's up to you. You control space and time.More >>
Ask Dr. C
Have you ever wondered why Mars is red?
Or, how long does it take for Mars to orbit the sun? Ask Dr. C, your personal Mars expert!More >>

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