This is all the beautiful space litter left on Mars by NASA's Curiosity…

Four months ago, NASA landed a one-ton, nuclear-powered rover on the Red Planet, scattering the Martian terrain with heaps of debris in the process. Curiosity, upon arrival, shed so much of its Entry Descent & Landing hardware that high resolution images of the planet's surface are still turning up traces of the… » 12/06/12 9:00am 12/06/12 9:00am

The Most Impressive Photographs You'll See Today: Curiosity's Tracks,…

Since 2006, NASA's HiRISE camera has been orbiting the Red Planet aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, snapping photos of the planet's surface. In that time, it's also managed to photograph several of NASA's biggest Martian milestones as they happen. This is an image of one of those milestones. » 9/06/12 2:00pm 9/06/12 2:00pm

A photograph of Curiosity during landing has been leaked!

A few hours ago, NASA's HiRISE team announced that it had acquired an image of Curiosity during its epic descent to the Martian surface. That image was originally scheduled to be released at NASA's morning press conference, scheduled for 9:00 am PT, but Spaceflight 101 and Discover magazine are reporting that the… » 8/06/12 9:00am 8/06/12 9:00am