ESA Looking For Mars Lander; Orbiter On Track

Credit: The last event ESA recorded with certainty for its ExoMars's Schiaparelli lander was separation from the trace gas orbiter: ESA
LYON, France—The European Space Agency (ESA) was still waiting to hear from the ExoMars mission’s Schiaparelli lander as of 9 p.m. local time Oct. 19, while the trace gas orbiter (TGO) seemed to have succeeded in entering Mars’ orbit. The first indications received about the Schiaparelli entry...

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