A changing crater: Honouring a renowned Mars scientist26 October 2018
A changing crater: Honouring a renowned Mars scientist26 October 2018 The surface of Mars may appear to be perpetually still, but its many features are ever-changing – as represented in this Mars Express view of the severely eroded Greeley impact crater.
Mars Express keeps an eye on curious cloud25 October 2018
Mars Express keeps an eye on curious cloud25 October 2018 Since 13 September, ESA’s Mars Express has been observing the evolution of an elongated cloud formation hovering in the vicinity of the 20 km-high Arsia Mons volcano, close to the planet’s equator.
Recent tectonics on Mars20 September 2018
Recent tectonics on Mars20 September 2018 These prominent trenches were formed by faults that pulled the planet’s surface apart less than 10 million years ago.
Mars Express detects liquid water hidden under planet’s south pole25 July 2018 Radar data collected by ESA’s Mars Express point to a pond of liquid water buried under layers of ice and dust in the south polar region of Mars.
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.