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Mars Rover Step Toward Possible Resumption of Drilling
New Rock-Drilling Method in 'Mars Yard' Test
Mid-2017 Map of NASA's Curiosity Mars Rover Mission
Curiosity Observes Whirlwinds Carrying Martian Dust
Mars Rover's Mastcam View of Possible Mud Cracks
Marsnik 1 failed to reach Earth orbit
Sputnik 22 spacecraft failed to leave Earth orbit after the final rocketstage exploded.
Zond 2's contact was lost en route
Mariner 6 arrived at Mars on February 24, 1969
Mariner 7 arrived at Mars on August 5, 1969
Kosmos 419 failed to leave Earth orbit.
Mars 4 arrived at Mars on February, 1974, but failed to go into orbit due to a malfunction of its breaking engine
Phobos 1 was sent to investigate the Martian moon Phobos.
Nasa commissioned tyre giant Goodyear to design this Inflatable Space Station
Bigelow Aerospace was founded in 1998 by a budget hotel tycoon.
Nasa’s Habitat Demonstration Unit (HDU) during mission testing in the Arizona desert in 2011
Nasa design for a permanent lunar outpost, 2009, by Kriss Kennedy, Larry Toups and A Scott Howe
People living and planting crops on Mars
Mars One is the settlement planned for the first human colony on the red planet in 2024
The Mars Pathfinder delivered a stationary lander and a surface rover to the Red Planet
Japan's Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) launched this probe
The companion spacecraft to the Mars Surveyor '98 Lander, but the mission failed.
Reached the planet on October 24, 2001 and served as a communications relay for future Mars missions
The Mars Express Orbiter and the Beagle 2 lander were launched together
Phoenix is the first in NASA's Scout Program.
The Phobos-Grunt spacecraft was meant to land on the Martian moon Phobos.
NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission is designed to assess whether Mars ever had an environment able to support small life forms called microbes.
MAVEN was the second mission selected for NASA's Mars Scout program
InSight is the twelfth mission in NASA's series of Discovery-class missions
Mars '96 consisted of an orbiter, two landers, and two soil penetrators that were to reach the planet in September 1997.
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