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You got mail! 📬 [from Mars] 🔴
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The first round-trip to the Red Planet will see a European orbiter bringing martian samples back to Earth. We are opening the door to industry to build the spacecraft that will deliver the precious rocks, dust and gas from Mars – the key to understanding whether life ever existed on our closest planetary neighbour.
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This ‘take-away’ service is called the Earth Return Orbiter, and will be our major contribution to the Mars Sample Return campaign. Our Orbiter will carry @NASA’s Capture and Containment and Return System, which will rely on the our spacecraft for transit to and from Mars.
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Three launches from Earth and one from Mars – the first ever from another planet –, two rovers and an autonomous capture in Mars orbit are all part of an ambitious series of missions that we are embarking on together with NASA. ⠀⠀⠀
Go to our @instagram Story to learn more.
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#TerraSpace #space #spaceexploration #Universe #Astronomy #moon #mars #Stars #follow #followMe #follow4follow #Followforfollow #f4f #Nature #Beautiful #Photooftheday #picoftheday #love #repost @europeanspaceagency ・・・ You got mail! 📬 [from Mars] 🔴 ⠀⠀⠀ The first round-trip to the Red Planet will see a European orbiter bringing martian samples back to Earth. We are opening the door to industry to build the spacecraft that will deliver the precious rocks, dust and gas from Mars – the key to understanding whether life ever existed on our closest planetary neighbour. ⠀⠀⠀ This ‘take-away’ service is called the Earth Return Orbiter, and will be our major contribution to the Mars Sample Return campaign. Our Orbiter will carry @nasa’s Capture and Containment and Return System, which will rely on the our spacecraft for transit to and from Mars. ⠀⠀⠀ Three launches from Earth and one from Mars – the first ever from another planet –, two rovers and an autonomous capture in Mars orbit are all part of an ambitious series of missions that we are embarking on together with NASA. ⠀⠀⠀ Go to our @instagram Story to learn more. ⠀⠀⠀ 🖥 @europeanspaceagency / ATG Medialab #terraspace #space #spaceexploration #universe #astronomy #moon #mars #stars #follow #followme #follow4follow #followforfollow #f4f #nature #beautiful #photooftheday #picoftheday #love
  • #repost @europeanspaceagency ・・・ You got mail! 📬 [from Mars] 🔴 ⠀⠀⠀ The first round-trip to the Red Planet will see a European orbiter bringing martian samples back to Earth. We are opening the door to industry to build the spacecraft that will deliver the precious rocks, dust and gas from Mars – the key to understanding whether life ever existed on our closest planetary neighbour. ⠀⠀⠀ This ‘take-away’ service is called the Earth Return Orbiter, and will be our major contribution to the Mars Sample Return campaign. Our Orbiter will carry @nasa’s Capture and Containment and Return System, which will rely on the our spacecraft for transit to and from Mars. ⠀⠀⠀ Three launches from Earth and one from Mars – the first ever from another planet –, two rovers and an autonomous capture in Mars orbit are all part of an ambitious series of missions that we are embarking on together with NASA. ⠀⠀⠀ Go to our @instagram Story to learn more. ⠀⠀⠀ 🖥 @europeanspaceagency / ATG Medialab #terraspace #space #spaceexploration #universe #astronomy #moon #mars #stars #follow #followme #follow4follow #followforfollow #f4f #nature #beautiful #photooftheday #picoftheday #love
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The UK is sending its first rover to the moon, and it is going to be tiny.
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@spacebit1, a UK-based space start-up, announced @@newscientistlive their contract with the US space robotics company @astrobotictechnology to send a rover aboard the Astrobotic lander that is headed to the moon in 2021.
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@nasa announced in May that Astrobotic and two other companies had been awarded funding to build lunar landers. Astrobotic was awarded $79.5 million to carry up to 14 NASA instruments to the moon as well as 14 payloads from other partners, including private companies and eight other nations.
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SpaceBit will be one of those partners, sending its small lunar rover to the surface inside Astrobotic’s Peregrine lander. The rover is the smallest lunar rover ever, according to SpaceBit, and measures 10x10x10 centimetres. Once the lander reaches the moon’s surface, the rover will drop from beneath it to the surface along with other payloads.
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“It’s going to be quite a spectacle when we land because we’re going to have multiple small rovers dropping and rolling or crawling or walking off and taking all kinds of pictures and data,” says Astrobotic CEO John Thornton. The rovers will send their data back to the lander, which will transmit it back to Earth.
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The SpaceBit rover will be unlike the others: instead of wheels, it will walk around the moon’s surface on legs. SpaceBit hopes that the legs will help future generations of rovers explore tubular caves on the moon created by ancient lava flows, which hasn’t been done before. “The legs could be better for steep, rocky terrain and basically any place where wheels start to struggle,” says Thornton.
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SpaceBit founder and CEO Pavlo Tanasyuk announced the details and is displaying a life-sized model of the rover at the show.
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(📷 image 1 @spacebit1, image 2 James Winspear, image 3 @@nasa Photo/@@alamyltd) #moon #moonrover #moonlanding #lunar #lunarrover #robotics #robots #space #spaceexploration #themoon #spacecraft #technology #spacetechnology #NSLive2019 #NASA #spacebit #UK #astrobotics #repost @newscientist with @get_repost ・・・ The UK is sending its first rover to the moon, and it is going to be tiny. . @spacebit1, a UK-based space start-up, announced @@newscientistlive their contract with the US space robotics company @astrobotictechnology to send a rover aboard the Astrobotic lander that is headed to the moon in 2021. . @nasa announced in May that Astrobotic and two other companies had been awarded funding to build lunar landers. Astrobotic was awarded $79.5 million to carry up to 14 NASA instruments to the moon as well as 14 payloads from other partners, including private companies and eight other nations. . SpaceBit will be one of those partners, sending its small lunar rover to the surface inside Astrobotic’s Peregrine lander. The rover is the smallest lunar rover ever, according to SpaceBit, and measures 10x10x10 centimetres. Once the lander reaches the moon’s surface, the rover will drop from beneath it to the surface along with other payloads. . “It’s going to be quite a spectacle when we land because we’re going to have multiple small rovers dropping and rolling or crawling or walking off and taking all kinds of pictures and data,” says Astrobotic CEO John Thornton. The rovers will send their data back to the lander, which will transmit it back to Earth. . The SpaceBit rover will be unlike the others: instead of wheels, it will walk around the moon’s surface on legs. SpaceBit hopes that the legs will help future generations of rovers explore tubular caves on the moon created by ancient lava flows, which hasn’t been done before. “The legs could be better for steep, rocky terrain and basically any place where wheels start to struggle,” says Thornton. . SpaceBit founder and CEO Pavlo Tanasyuk announced the details and is displaying a life-sized model of the rover at the show. . (📷 image 1 @spacebit1, image 2 James Winspear, image 3 @@nasa Photo/@@alamyltd) #moon #moonrover #moonlanding #lunar #lunarrover #robotics #robots #space #spaceexploration #themoon #spacecraft #technology #spacetechnology #nslive2019 #nasa #spacebit #uk #astrobotics
  • #repost @newscientist with @get_repost ・・・ The UK is sending its first rover to the moon, and it is going to be tiny. . @spacebit1, a UK-based space start-up, announced @@newscientistlive their contract with the US space robotics company @astrobotictechnology to send a rover aboard the Astrobotic lander that is headed to the moon in 2021. . @nasa announced in May that Astrobotic and two other companies had been awarded funding to build lunar landers. Astrobotic was awarded $79.5 million to carry up to 14 NASA instruments to the moon as well as 14 payloads from other partners, including private companies and eight other nations. . SpaceBit will be one of those partners, sending its small lunar rover to the surface inside Astrobotic’s Peregrine lander. The rover is the smallest lunar rover ever, according to SpaceBit, and measures 10x10x10 centimetres. Once the lander reaches the moon’s surface, the rover will drop from beneath it to the surface along with other payloads. . “It’s going to be quite a spectacle when we land because we’re going to have multiple small rovers dropping and rolling or crawling or walking off and taking all kinds of pictures and data,” says Astrobotic CEO John Thornton. The rovers will send their data back to the lander, which will transmit it back to Earth. . The SpaceBit rover will be unlike the others: instead of wheels, it will walk around the moon’s surface on legs. SpaceBit hopes that the legs will help future generations of rovers explore tubular caves on the moon created by ancient lava flows, which hasn’t been done before. “The legs could be better for steep, rocky terrain and basically any place where wheels start to struggle,” says Thornton. . SpaceBit founder and CEO Pavlo Tanasyuk announced the details and is displaying a life-sized model of the rover at the show. . (📷 image 1 @spacebit1, image 2 James Winspear, image 3 @@nasa Photo/@@alamyltd) #moon #moonrover #moonlanding #lunar #lunarrover #robotics #robots #space #spaceexploration #themoon #spacecraft #technology #spacetechnology #nslive2019 #nasa #spacebit #uk #astrobotics
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