ESA Still Hopes For 2020 ExoMars Rover Launch

ExoMars rover
Credit: European Space Agency
LYON, France—The European Space Agency (ESA) has made progress in solving a problem with the in-development ExoMars 2020 mission’s parachutes and hopes the program will be ready for launch this summer. Next in line are two high-altitude drop tests planned for February and March in Oregon. “When...

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