Paris (ESA) Dec 07, 2016
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter has imaged the martian moon Phobos as part of a second set of test science measurements made since it arrived at the Red Planet on 19 October... Space Daily Also reported by •ESA
Lucerne offered a scenic backdrop to ESA’s space summit – the crucial ministerial meeting held every two years when the agency’s 22 member states spend 48 hours debating one subject –.. Source: euronews (in English) -
The European Space Agency is moving ahead with a planned Mars mission for 2020.
Despite a recently failed landing, the ESA's ExoMars 2020 lander will go ahead as scheduled.
In October the agency's.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
The ExoMars mission will live on despite the Schiaparelli's lander unfortunate mishap. At a meeting in Switzerland, European Space Agency's member countries have agreed to set aside €436 million.. engadget Also reported by •TUAW
European space agency (ESA) member states have approved another 450 million euros ($479 million) in funding for the ExoMars mission to the Red Planet, even after a test lander that was part of the.. DNA Also reported by •Reuters
BERLIN (AP) " Nations have approved an additional 440 million euros ($469 million) to fund the European Space Agency's next mission to Mars.As part of the ExoMars mission, the agency this year sent an.. New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times •Newsmax
Bern, Switzerland (SPX) Nov 30, 2016
The Mars Camera, CaSSIS, on the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter captured its first high resolution images of the Red Planet last week. The Bernese camera worked almost.. Space Daily
ExoMars might have lost the Schiaparelli lander, but the mission is far from being a failure: its Trace Gas Orbiter probe is working just fine. The probe spent two orbits, from November 20th to the.. TUAW Also reported by •engadget
Paris (ESA) Nov 30, 2016
ESA's new ExoMars orbiter has tested its suite of instruments in orbit for the first time, hinting at a great potential for future observations. The Trace Gas Orbiter, or.. Space Daily
A new satellite orbiting Mars just sent home some amazing new images of the red planet's crags and cliffs.
The Trace Gas Orbiter — part of the joint ExoMars mission run by the European Space.. Mashable