Thursday, 31 October 2013

ESA unveils Martian "box of delights"

A mission to return samples from the planet Mars is still many years away and, officially, not on the calendar. That hasn't stopped ESA from producing a proof-of-concept prototype of the scientific “box of delights,” which could one day bring bits of the Red Planet back to Earth for study... Continue Reading ESA unveils Martian "box of delights"

Section: Space

Tags: ESA, Mars, Prototype, Spacecraft

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