Thermal properties of Martian soil as measured by the InSight lander.
A new ground station and an expanded education network will lead to the launch of a security and Earth observation satellite in 2022.
Climate change appears to be directly and indirectly affecting the view from at least one observatory while threatening the existence of others.
Thanks to COVID-19, mission control for the Perseverance Mars rover will look emptier than previous missions, and fewer scientists and engineers will follow the rover’s schedule.
A detailed analysis of Heatflow and Physical Properties Package Radiometer on the Mars InSight lander, including changing instrument sensitivity and calibration coefficients.
First earthquakes, then moonquakes, now marsquakes: a robotic lander comes through with the first detection of seismic activity on Mars.
The soon-to-launch satellite will measure the height and thickness of sea ice, glaciers, ice sheets, and permafrost around the world to an unprecedentedly high precision.
Researchers use high-resolution images of Mars’s surface to look for signals of coseismic displacement.
A new special issue of JGR: Planets presents findings on sand motion, morphology, and mineralogy from the Curiosity rover’s traverse of the active Bagnold dune field in Gale crater.
Third International Workshop on Instrumentation for Planetary Missions; Pasadena, California, 24–27 October 2016