NASA may need to reroute Curiosity rover to avoid contaminating potential water site
Sep 9, 2016

The main goal of NASA’s Curiosity rover mission is to delve into the secrets of the Red Planet — and one of the big ones is trying to prove definitively that there really is water on Mars. Well, the odds are looking up, but Curiosity could need a reroute to avoid contaminating the site.

NASA wants to use the Curiosity rover to sample the water on Mars
Jun 27, 2016

After figuring out those strange stains on the slopes of Mars might actually be remnants of water, NASA is retasking the Curiosity rover to check them out and gather some samples. The perks of already having some tech on the Red Planet, right?

Behold the damage and decay two years on Mars has wrought on NASA's Curiosity rover
Aug 22, 2014

A picture is worth a thousand words, and when it comes to explaining the insane harshness of an alien world, they can tell one heck of a story.

NASA's Curiosity rover stalled by Hidden Valley 'sand trap' on Mars
Aug 19, 2014

It’s no easy task to pilot a 1-ton rover more than 35 million miles from Earth, and it gets even tougher when you stumble into a slippery sand trap.