Exomars 2020 gets official funding


European government officials on Thursday 2nd December 2016 approved the nearly 440 million euros ($464 million) the European Space Agency (ESA) said it needs to complete the second phase of its ExoMars mission. “The Agency is encouraged to strive to reap the benefits expected from the significant investments made through the ExoMars …

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SWAN™ will land on Mars


  The ExoMars Program is a cooperative program between ESA and ROSCOSMOS with participation of NASA, aimed at investigating the Martian environment. The industrial consortium is led by ThalesAleniaSpace (TAS). The first satellite, successfully launched on 14th March 2016 and currently on its way to the Red Planet, consists of an Orbiter embarking a …

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