Martian atmosphere behaves as one18 July 2018
Martian atmosphere behaves as one18 July 2018 New research using a decade of data from ESA’s Mars Express has found clear signs of the complex martian atmosphere acting as a single, interconnected system, with processes occurring at low and mid levels significantly affecting those seen higher up.
From horizon to horizon: Celebrating 15 years of Mars Express01 June 2018 Fifteen years ago, ESA’s Mars Express was launched to investigate the Red Planet. To mark this milestone comes a striking view of Mars from horizon to horizon, showcasing one of the most intriguing parts of the martian surface.
Mars impact crater or supervolcano?12 April 2018
Mars impact crater or supervolcano?12 April 2018 These images from ESA’s Mars Express show a crater named Ismenia Patera on the Red Planet. Its origin remains uncertain: did a meteorite smash into the surface or could it be the remnants of a supervolcano?
Mars Express v2.011 April 2018
Mars Express v2.011 April 2018 Every so often, your smartphone or tablet receives new software to improve its functionality and extend its life. Now, ESA’s Mars Express is getting a fresh install, delivered across over 150 million km of space.
Mars Express views moons set against Saturn's rings01 March 2018
Mars Express views moons set against Saturn's rings01 March 2018 New images and video from ESA’s Mars Express show Phobos and Deimos drifting in front of Saturn and background stars, revealing more about the positioning and surfaces of the Red Planet’s mysterious moons.
Leaky atmosphere linked to lightweight planet08 February 2018
Leaky atmosphere linked to lightweight planet08 February 2018 The Red Planet’s low gravity and lack of magnetic field makes its outermost atmosphere an easy target to be swept away by the solar wind, but new evidence from ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft shows that the Sun’s radiation may play a surprising role in...