ESA Struggles With ExoMars 2020 Schedule

The Rosalind Franklin rover features advanced sample-analysis capability.
Credit: M. Alexander/Airbus
The European Space Agency (ESA) and the ExoMars 2020 exobiology mission’s contractors are working flat out to catch up on delays and meet the planned launch window this summer. If the window is missed and the launch postponed two years, the instruments that will eventually land on Mars will still...

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