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Successor to Mars Climate Orbiter will fly aboard ExoMars

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

30-08-2010 15:20 CDT

Topics: Mars Climate Sounder, Planetary Society Projects, ExoMars TGO, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

Congratulations to the Mars Climate Sounder team on winning a spot for a successor instrument aboard the next Mars orbiter, the joint NASA-ESA ExoMars, set to launch in 2016. Here's an update on their plans for that mission.

 
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Or read more blog entries about: Mars Climate Sounder, Planetary Society Projects, ExoMars TGO, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

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