A Mission to Find Life on Mars Suspended Over Russian Invasion
Europe “acknowledged the present impossibility” of collaboration with Russia on the ExoMars mission.
Scientists Discover 'Significant' Water Hidden In Martian Grand Canyon
“We found a central part of Valles Marineris to be packed full of water–far more water than we expected,” said one study co-author.
Coronavirus is Messing With the Hunt for Life on Mars
The ExoMars 2020 rover mission has been delayed until 2022 due to the need for more testing, and because the coronavirus epidemic has left "practically no possibility" for travel for European scientists.
The Coronavirus Just Grounded a Mission to Mars
The second ExoMars mission, geared toward figuring out whether there was ever life on the Red Planet, has been postponed.
A Rover Named After DNA Pioneer Rosalind Franklin is Headed for Mars in 2020
“This name reminds us that it is in the human genes to explore.”
The ExoMars Lander May Have Crashed, but the Mission’s Orbiter Is Nailing It
“We are extremely happy and proud to see that all the instruments are working so well in the Mars environment.”
Dead Mars Lander Thought It Had Safely Landed Before It Crashed
Four minutes and 41 seconds into its descent sequence, the European/Russian-built lander apparently got disoriented.
NASA Images Reveal Where the ExoMars Mission Probably Crashed
The latest robotic victim of the Red Planet.
The ExoMars Lander Malfunctioned Within 50 Seconds of Touchdown on Mars
Did the historic ExoMars lander crash on Mars? ‘We don’t know,’ ESA says
How to Watch ExoMars Land on the Red Planet on Wednesday
The European Space Agency and Roscosmos team up to look for life on Mars.
China Plans to Send this Bad Boy to Mars in 2020
The 2020s are shaping up to be a busy and diverse era in Martian surface exploration.
Europe Is Launching a Mars Orbiter to Sniff Out Methane, And Therefore Life
Is there life on Mars?