IAC 2008: VIDEO – ESA Mars expert talks future landing sites

by | Oct 3, 2008 | ESA, exploration | 0 comments

In the video in the extended section of this blog post the European Space Agency’s Bernard Foing describes the ongoing work to analyse the agency’s Mars Express spacecraft’s Martian surface data in relation to landing site selection for future missions

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