Pick a review paper. It should be a paper that:
* = most papers published in these journals aren’t reviews, but they do have them. Nature, Science, and Geology will also often have overview papers that summarize NASA missions
Here's an example of a literature review paper that fits these criteria: https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-earth-060115-012355
In GeoRef, you can narrow your search to help locate literature reviews. When you've found results for a topic you're interested in, limit (using the left-hand facets) to "peer-reviewed," and "serial" and "analytic" under Document Type. Limit years to the last 20 years.
You could also do an advanced search in one or more of the journals listed above. For example, you could search "Mars" (Anywhere) AND Earth-Science Reviews (in Publication Title-PUB) OR Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (in Publication Title-PUB).