Topic: Percival Lowell
No planet in our solar system has been linked to more misconceptions than Mars, where NASA's Curiosity rover is scheduled to touch down on Sunday night. Here are the five most persistent myths about the Red Planet.
The search for life on Mars has captivated the imaginations of many, but it is costly. Some say it's time to cut spending on NASA's Mars missions, while others say the research is important in the quest for understanding the 'meaning of life.'
The one-ton Curiosity Mars rover is designed arrive on Mars using a supersonic parachute and a first-of-its-kind 'sky crane,' in what experts are calling a risky maneuver.
NASA discusses trip to Mars to bring back rock and soil samples back to Earth. Here, they could be analyzed for fossilized traces of alien bacteria.
05/19/2010 09:02 am