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Airbus-built Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite ready for launch

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19 July 2017

Airbus-built Sentinel-5P in clean room, Stevenage

Airbus-built Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite ready for launch in clean room, Stevenage - © Airbus 2017

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28 April 2016
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METERON - Promo clip

 
03 December 2014
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Europe's first Mars Rover and their sandy "playground"

Europe’s first Mars rover will have an unmatched capability to autonomously navigate up to 70 metres a day with no outside guidance from ground control. The extended Mars Yard provides a realistic and representative Mars environment to allow the Guidance, Navigation and Control team of the ExoMars rover project to finalise the sophisticated autonomous navigation system. The Mars Yard will be used up until launch and will also be kept available after the rover has landed on the surface of Mars in 2019 – if necessary to address any problem by simulating the situation on Earth. Manufacture of the flight rover will begin early in 2015 after construction of an advanced clean room for interplanetary missions at Airbus Defence and Space’s Stevenage site. Mission launch is planned for 2018. More information: http://bit.ly/1ziYWY0

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09 April 2014
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Press Launch of new Mars Yard

Airbus Defence and Space Press Launch of new Mars Yard. Stevenage, UK; 27 March 2014

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28 April 2016
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Interview Dr. Elie Allouis, Airbus about METERON

The European and Russian space agencies (ESA and Roscosmos respectively) launched their joint mission on 14 March to test technology for future exploratory surface missions on Mars. The ExoMars rover, a robotic Mars vehicle, is currently under development by Airbus Defence and Space.

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28 April 2016
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Interview Sue Horne, UKSA about METERON

The European and Russian space agencies (ESA and Roscosmos respectively) launched their joint mission on 14 March to test technology for future exploratory surface missions on Mars. The ExoMars rover, a robotic Mars vehicle, is currently under development by Airbus Defence and Space.

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28 April 2016
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METERON - Promo clip (textless)

 
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