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Mars Express uncovers depths of Mars30 November 2005 For the first time in the history of planetary exploration, the MARSIS radar on board ESA's Mars Express has provided direct information about the deep subsurface of Mars. audio interview
Mars Express evidence for large aquifers on early Mars30 November 2005
Mars Express evidence for large aquifers on early Mars30 November 2005 Substantial quantities of liquid water must have been stably present in the early history of Mars. The findings of OMEGA, on board ESA's Mars Express, have implications on the climatic history of the planet and the question of its 'habitability' at...
The Huygens results30 November 2005
The Huygens results30 November 2005 On 14 January 2005, ESA's Huygens probe revealed an extraordinary world, resembling Earth in many respects, especially in meteorology, geomorphology and fluvial activity. audio interview Huygens results
Mars Express discovers new layer in Martian ionosphere30 November 2005
Mars Express discovers new layer in Martian ionosphere30 November 2005 During radio observations of the atmosphere of Mars, the MaRS radio-science experiment on board ESA's Mars Express discovered the presence of a previously unseen third layer in the ionosphere – the upper part of the Martian atmosphere.
Mars Express radar reveals complex structure in ionosphere of Mars30 November 2005 MARSIS, the radar on board ESA's Mars Express, has performed its first sounding of the Martian ionosphere – the upper part of the atmosphere – and found a number of unexpected features.