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Curiosity Mission Update: Descending Vera Rubin Ridge
Dream Big with Small Spacecraft
The first CubeSat mission to deep space will launch in May. Read More >>
InSight Launching to Mars
InSight's launch is slated for May 5. Watch in Person >> Watch Online >> Read Press Kit >>
From California to Mars!
On May 5, millions of Californians may witness the historic first interplanetary launch from America?s West Coast. Read More >>
NASA is Ready to Study the Heart of Mars
InSight, the first mission dedicated to studying Mars' interior, leaves Earth in 30 days. Read More >>
Recent Videos
Mars in a Minute: Are There Quakes on Mars?
Are there earthquakes on Mars? Or rather, "marsquakes?" And what could they teach us about the Red Planet? Find out more in this 60-second video from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Watch Video >>
NASA Mars Report: Feb. 26, 2018
NASA's Curiosity finds crystals, Opportunity celebrates her 5,000th day on Mars and the MarCO smallsats get solar arrays. Watch Video >>
Mars in a Minute: What?s Inside Mars?
We know what "The Red Planet" looks like from the outside -- but what's going on under the surface of Mars? Find out more in the 60-second video from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Watch Video >>
NASA Mars Report
This kickoff of a new Mars video series covers Opportunity's 14th anniversary on the Red Planet, Curiosity's spectacular panorama and ice deposits spotted by an orbiter. Watch Video >>
Curiosity at Martian Scenic Overlook
Curiosity Project Scientist Ashwin Vasavada gives a descriptive tour of the Mars rover's view in Gale Crater. The white-balanced scene looks back over the journey so far. Watch Video >> Read Article >>
Where are the Spacecraft?
Where is Curiosity?
Where are the Rovers?
Opportunity has reached Endeavour crater where it will spend time studying rocks never seen before. After a successful six-year mission, Spirit's mission has officially concluded. See the latest location maps  and  status reports.
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Be A Mars Maker
Print your own 3D model of a Mars meteorite! Download Print File >> Mars Makers Home >> News Feature >>
Send a Postcard to Curiosity
Send the rover and the team a message. Send Postcard >>
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 >>
Explore Curiosity's Journey in 3D
Follow Curiosity's drive and read about the latest updates on Curiosity's Journey on Mars! Start Now >>
Come explore Mars with us
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 >>
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Have you ever wondered why Mars is red?
Or, how big is the Mars Science Laboratory rover? Ask NASA Mars your questions. Ask a Question >>
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