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The mission

The ExoMars programme comprises two missions: the first – the Trace Gas Orbiter – launched in 2016 while the second, comprising a rover and surface platform, is planned for 2022. Together they will address the question of whether life has ever existed on Mars.

The launch

  • ExoMars 2016: 14 March 2016 (arrived 19 October 2016)
  • ExoMars 2022: 20 September (12 day launch window); landing 10 June 2023
  • Launch site: Baikonur, Kazakhstan
  • Launcher: Proton
ExoMars

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ExoMars orbiter images Perseverance landing site
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ExoMars orbiter images Perseverance at landing site

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Jezero Crater delta
Science & Exploration

Explore the Jezero neighbourhood

17/02/2021 16612 views 117 likes
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True-colour image of Mars seen by OSIRIS
Enabling & Support

ESA Mars orbiters support NASA Perseverance landing

11/02/2021 20970 views 280 likes
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ExoMars observing water in the martian atmosphere
Science & Exploration

ExoMars discovers new gas and traces water loss on Mars

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