[FPSPACE] At Mars, ExoMars Science Mission Goes on Despite Missing Lander
ljk4 at msn.com
Fri Oct 21 11:45:07 EDT 2016
Let us hope for MRO images of Schiaparelli soon.
ExoMars: Schiaparelli Analysis to Continue<http://www.planetary.org/blogs/guest-blogs/2016/1020-exomars-schiaparelli-analysis-to-continue.html>
The fate of the ExoMars lander, Schiaparelli, remains uncertain. European Space Agency mission controllers had been optimistic on Wednesday night that a definitive answer would be known by Thursday morning's news briefing. However, although some more details have been made public about the lander's descent, it is not yet clear whether it hit the martian surface at a speed it could not survive.
Lost on Mars: Schiaparelli lander falls silent shortly before touchdown<http://www.spaceflightinsider.com/missions/solar-system/lost-mars-schiaparelli-lander-falls-silent-shortly-touchdown/>
ESA still awaits a signal from its ExoMars "Schiaparelli" module, which was expected to land on Mars at 14:48 GMT on Wednesday, October 19.
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The ExoMars 2016 mission is in business despite the apparent failure of
its lander to touch down softly on the Red Planet Wednesday (Oct. 19),
European Space Agency (ESA) officials stressed.
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