Two petitions seeking to prevent the Amazon CEO's reentry to Earth after his Blue Origin flight collected thousands of signatures in only 10 days.
Venus used to be a lot like Earth, but something turned it into an inhospitable pressure cooker. NASA and the ESA want to find out what happened.
By orbiting Venus and plunging to its surface, NASA's new missions could reveal how the planet became so hellishly hot, and whether it hosts life.
Ingenuity lost just one navigation photo, but that made it tilt back and forth in the air on the way to its most daring Mars landing yet.
The Zhurong rover is almost ready to start scanning Mars' volcanic-rock fields for hidden water ice. Such reserves could help future Mars astronauts.
China's Tianwen-1 mission could be the first to deploy an orbiter, lander, and rover all at once. But only half of Mars landings have succeeded.
Ingenuity is shattering milestones that NASA engineers once thought impossible. It flew higher than ever and landed in new territory.
Ingenuity has surprised NASA scientists with its first four flights. Now, as it begins a new mission, they can hear it for the first time.
The Ingenuity helicopter is starting to scout uncharted Martian terrain in a surprise second mission.
Ingenuity's flights have gone so well that NASA has completely changed its plans. The helicopter gets at least another month to test new capabilities.
Ingenuity didn't get off the ground for its ambitious fourth flight. NASA engineers have just a week left to push the Mars helicopter to its limits.
SpaceX has now launched three astronaut missions, which makes the experience "a little bit easier" for Musk.
The Ingenuity team aims to push the space drone to the extremes. They don't expect it to survive, though.
Ingenuity is moving fast after its first flight. Future attempts will go further and faster as NASA engineers push the helicopter 'to the limit.'
Ingenuity's first flight was "flawless" and "absolutely beautiful," the NASA team said. The helicopter could power up again on Thursday.
The images show the historic first flight of the Ingenuity drone, recorded by the nearby ground-based Perseverance rover.
Ingenuity flew 10 feet above the Martian surface on Monday and snapped a photo of its shadow from the air. NASA expects to get video soon.