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A Badarse New Theory On The Origin Of Mars' Moons 

Phobos and Deimos, Mars’ lumpy, runty moons, were once pegged as captured asteroids. But the truth is shaping up to be far more interesting. These ruddy satellites could be the lone survivors of a giant impact that eviscerated half of Mars’ surface billions of years ago.

Researchers Spotted Something Very Strange In The Sands Of Mars

No, it’s not aliens writing messages in the sand. But there is something weird happening on Mars’ surface — and it’s something that hasn’t been seen anywhere else in the universe.

Hungry Scientists Will Soon Eat A Vegetable Grown In Martian Soil

For two years, researchers have been farming a series of crops in Martian and lunar soils. Now, a vegetable from the garden is finally about to get its first taste test. It will be a radish.

US, UAE Sign Agreement To Collaborate On Space Exploration

The United States and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) announced an agreement on Sunday that would allow the two nations to collaborate on matters of space and aeronautics research, including the potential journey to Mars.

Evidence That Elon Musk Is An Alien

Elon Musk has suggested that Earth is simply a simulation from an alien race’s video game. Why would Musk say this? Because he is one of those aliens.

This Is How Elon Musk Wants Government To Work On Mars

First Elon Musk wanted to nuke Mars, and now he thinks he knows how democracy there should work. Even though we’re not really that close to colonising the Red Planet, the SpaceX founder has some rather utopian ideas for how a government should work on Mars.

What It Might Be Like To Get Fired On Mars

Video: Losing your job sucks. Losing your job when you live on the Red Planet could really, really suck. This short imagines what it might be like.

Mars Is Making Its Closest Approach To Us In A Decade, Here's How To Watch

Mars is our closest planetary neighbour, but even it is still pretty far away — which is why its closest approach in a decade is such an unmissable opportunity. Here’s how and why to watch Mars’ close approach, and what you should be looking for when you do.

The Time To Nuke Mars Is Now

Good news, prospective Martian colonists: that frigid hellscape where you hope to spend out your days alone and in darkness is currently in a “warm phase”. Scientists are now reporting the first observational evidence that Mars recently emerged from an ice age, which can only mean one thing. It’s time to bring out the bombs and terraform that sucker.

 These Martian Rocks Hint At Ancient Alien Life

Mars may be a frigid, dusty wasteland today, but evidence is mounting that the Red Planet was warm and wet long ago. Future missions to Mars will seek out signs of life from that livelier era — and a recent geologic analysis has revealed where we should begin our search.

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