ESA Weighs Russian Contribution To Jupiter Probe To Help Pay For ExoMars

PARIS — The European Space Agency (ESA) is considering a plan to launch its next large-class science mission atop a Russian Proton rocket rather than an Ariane 5 to reap savings that would help the agency pay for its troubled ExoMars campaign. For the past four years, ESA has been unable to come up...

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