ESA Exomars robot  ESA commits half a billion to its next Mars lander despite predecessor’s crash exomars rover 201403 orig The European Space Agency is doubling down on Mars, dedicating nearly half a billion dollars to its follow-up mission to the planet’s surface — even though the first one quite literally cratered. But an ambitious joint plan to redirect an asteroid’s moon has been scuttled in order to find the funds. Read More

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