ESA lends a hand at Mars

Friday, November 23, 2018 - 11:20 in Astronomy & Space

The Red Planet will receive its first new resident in six years on Monday when NASA’s InSight lander touches down, aiming to investigate the Martian interior. ESA ground stations and orbiters are playing a crucial role in helping the mission get to its destination and deliver its data back to Earth. On 26 November, NASA’s robotic science lab will land on the dusty Martian surface at 20:00 UTC (21:00 CET).

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