Joint Russian-European Mars mission postponed over coronavirus

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Joint Russian-European Mars mission postponed over coronavirus
A full-size model of the ExoMars entry, descent and landing module.

Launch pushed back two years.

A joint Russian-European mission to send a rover to Mars has been postponed by two years because its final phase has been compromised by the coronavirus outbreak in Europe, the European and Russian space agencies said on Thursday. The launch of the second ExoMars mission was initially planned ...

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