The European Space Agency (ESA) released a stunning image of Mars northern ice caps. The ice cap was disturbed by swirling patterns thought to have been caused by strong winds.
Mission controllers from the European Space Agency are now preparing ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter for its mission finale: dipping into the Red Planet’s atmosphere to reach its final orbit.
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) has captured photographs of Mars’ largest moon Phobos as part of the second set of its science instruments test during its arrival on the Red Planet.
The rover will have a 2-meter drill designed to dig and find signs of ancient life underground.
A NASA radio aboard Europe’s Mars orbiter has aced its first relay test. Data was transmitted to the radio from NASA’s Opportunity and Curiosity rovers and was successfully relayed to Earth.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has finally figured out what had caused the Schiaparelli Mars lander to crash on the red planet’s surface. Before the landers’ unlikely demise, scientists involved in the mission were able to recover data from the lander.
ESA's Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) sent its first images to Earth that might pave the way for a 3D map of the red planet.
After the controversial Schiaparelli crash on Mars, the European Space Agency has redeemed itself via its Trace Gas Orbited. TGO has sent back its first high-resolution photos of Mars, revealing the astonishing alien Martian landscape.
ESA asked member nations Friday to cough up an extra 400 million euros ($425 million) to complete the ExoMars exploration of the Red Planet.
The European Space Agency (ESA) released an official report saying that the Schiaparelli crash was caused by a navigational system error.
The European Space Agency’s (ESA) ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter is making its first scientific observations on Mars. Science teams are calibrating their instruments and are about to make the first test observations.
The European Space Agency blames an inaccurate single-second inertial measurement for the unfortunate crash landing of its Schiaparelli lander on Mars last October 19.
The findings weaken the conclusions of a 2015 study which suggested that salty liquid water potentially flowed intermittently on present-day Mars.
ESA released first colored images of the Schiaparelli lander crash site on the surface of Mars.