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ExoMars Rover mission: how Airbus looks for life on the red planet!

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State-of-the-art extended Mars Yard rover test area at Stevenage site Image2 Photography0044(0)1923775098
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26 February 2015

State-of-the-art extended Mars Yard rover test area at Stevenage site

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03 August 2017
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The challenges of Mars

Some of the biggest challenges relates to temperature. Why? Learn more here!

 
03 August 2017
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What is ExoMars

ExoMars is a Space mission initiated by ESA to look for life on Mars

 
03 August 2017
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The rover is expected to travel several kilometers during its mission

The primary objective is to land the rover at a site with high potential for finding well-preserved organic material, particularly from the very early history of the planet.

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28 April 2016
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METERON - TV Footage

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 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 Kim Nergaard, ESA about METERON Programme

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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