Led by MIT researchers, one of the experiments aboard the next mission to the Red Planet aims to generate oxygen from Martian air.
MIT PhD student George Lordos and his brother Alexandros led the project; goal of the Mars Society competition was to establish a colony on Mars for 1,000 residents.
Do-it-yourself bio and maker communities can help NASA meet needs of long-distance missions.
Honor recognizes scientists whose achievements have most advanced our understanding of planetary systems.
Multilevel Mars greenhouse could provide food to sustain astronauts for several years.
Symposium featuring former astronauts and other Apollo mission luminaries examines the program’s legacy.
EAPS professors Summons, Bosak, and Weiss provide insight on how the Jezero Crater can advance the study of Martian history and the search for ancient life.
Program users can tinker with landing and path planning scenarios to identify optimal landing sites for Mars rovers.