We recommend you this source from other media. Universal and precise positioning services on Mars may not be just science fiction in our future.
Life on Mars may have been discovered earlier than humans have ever imagined. A recent study published in Astrobiology says that the scientific community might have overlooked the findings of two NASA probes – Viking 1 and Viking 2. These probes landed on Mars in 1976. Continue reading
Satellite navigation system for planet Mars (GNSS FATIMA) is a proposed complete solution for provisioning of precise navigation and resulting navigation services.
This year in May is one of the best opportunities to observe Mars with telescope or even naked eye. It is because Mars is at opposition.
Clays and other minerals formed when rocks are altered by water have been found in multiple locations on Mars. It’s been assumed that these minerals probably formed in the earliest Martian epoch, over 3.7 billion years ago. But a new study finds that later clay formation might have been more common than many scientists thought.