The European Space Agency is assessing a batch of Martian missions within its new Aurora space exploration program and discussing ways to integrate French Mars sample return initiatives, in partnership with NASA, into Aurora to enhance Europe's role. The assessment is part of mounting interest in a Mars sample return mission to replace the International Space Station as the leading application within the space community, and a growing awareness that this could only be done on a global ...

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