The conference will outline the current options for a Mars Sample Return mission in the next decade. It is a unique opportunity for space agencies and industry to share what has been achieved and what is next on the roadmap to Mars.
Explore Mars, Inc. invites you to attend a special briefing/panel discussion entitled, Harnessing the Mandate for Mars, that will take place on Thursday, December 7, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. in Room 2325 of the Rayburn House Office Building. Members of…
Lockheed Martin released an update to its Mars mission architecture Sept. 29, adding a reusable lander capable of making multiple trips between Mars orbit and the surface.
NASA is studying a “lean” architecture for Mars sample return that could allow the agency to bring back Martian rocks as soon as the end of the 2020s.
The director of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory said his center is pressing ahead with work on current and proposed missions to Mars and Europa despite ongoing debates on Capitol Hill about funding some of those missions.
With time running out to start work on a 2022 Mars orbiter, a NASA official said July 10 the agency plans to have a “coherent Mars architecture” for future robotic Mars missions ready for presentation an at August committee meeting.
Despite uncertainty about the new administration’s plans for space, NASA and industry officials remained confident the agency remained on track to send humans to Mars in the 2030s.
The Canadian government will develop a radar instrument for NASA’s future Mars orbiter as well as 13 cubesats to be deployed from the International Space Station.
The next wave of missions creates communications challenges for NASA’s Deep Space Network
In a conversation with NASA astronauts on the ISS April 24, President Donald Trump called for a human mission to Mars by the end of his second term in 2024, a timeframe most in the industry do not consider feasible.
Heavy lift will enable science ranging from trips to Mars to bigger telescopes, speakers at Space Symposium said.