NASA welcomes applications for yearlong simulated missions to Mars, new research suggests increased screen time during the pandemic is leading to more nearsightedness in kids and scientists say our metabolisms don’t slow down in middle age after all. Check out…
By Deema Zein, Julia Griffin
Reducing stress could reverse graying hair. Watch 5 Stories host Deema Zein explain what the latest research reveals as part of our weekly show featuring interesting stories from around the world.
By Deema Zein
China's space agency said the Zhurong rover placed a remote camera a short distance away to take a group portrait.
By Associated Press
China landed the spacecraft carrying the rover on Mars last Saturday, a technically challenging feat more difficult than a moon landing, in a first for the country. It is the second country to land and operate a spacecraft on Mars,…
By Associated Press
By Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press
China landed a spacecraft on Mars for the first time on Saturday, a technically challenging feat more difficult than a moon landing, in the latest step forward for its ambitious goals in space.
By Marcia Dunn, Associated Press
"It sounds simple, but there are many unknowns regarding how to fly a helicopter on Mars," Ingenuity's chief pilot, Havard Grip, said from JPL in a statement. "That's why we're here — to make these unknowns known."…
By PBS NewsHour
NASA has made plenty of history with space flights to Mars. But on Monday began a new chapter: it flew on Mars for the first time using an experimental helicopter, Ingenuity. Miles O'Brien takes us out of this world.
By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
The experimental helicopter that accompanied Perseverance on its recent journey to Mars successfully pulled off the first powered, controlled flight on another planet.
By Alexandra Jaffe, Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
The NASA rover traveled some 300 million miles in nearly seven months, as part of an ongoing quest to study whether there was once life on the planet.
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