@guardian .: Launched in July 2020, it is one of three spacecraft currently en route to the red planet. China’s Tianwen orbiter and rover, and the US rover Perseverance were also launched at the same time.
The UK-built @ESA_ExoMars Rosalind Franklin rover is set for launch in 2022, to search for signs of life on the Red Planet. 🔴 But it has to get there safely first. The landing module's parachutes successfully completed a drop test earlier this month 👉
The Red Planet is a cold, dead place, with an atmosphere about 100 times thinner than Earth’s.
It's time to enter the Fark Artist (Fartist) Friday contest. This weekend we celebrate red planet day'>National Red Planet Day with tributes to Mars. Use any medium to create art with a Mars theme. rules and contest at Contest is open through Sunday
The two-stage canopy sequence will help slow the Rosalind Franklin rover from 1,000mph as it hurtles towards the red planet
A pre-teen Georgia boy hopes to travel to the red planet after being accepted at Georgia Tech.
Using a replica rover, @ESA_ExoMars rover operators at the Rover Operations Control Centre, Turin, Italy, have been rehearsing activities that will take place during #ExoMars #RosalindFranklin ’s cruise to the 'Red Planet' and immediately after landing 👉
Beautiful Mars! Our Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launched 15 years ago today to study the Red Planet’s atmosphere, weather, subsurface water, and more. But the mission might best be known for the images sent by its @HiRISE camera:
Our spacecraft stuck the ! Its new #MarsLandingome is Elysium Planitia, a still, flat region where it’s set to study seismic waves and heat deep below the surface of the Red Planet for a planned two-year mission. Learn more:
Take a look at a 360º panorama of Vera Rubin Ridge on Mars, taken as the rover surveyed its surroundings on the Red Planet during the fading global dust storm. Included is a view of the rover itself, revealing a thin layer of dust on it: