News release from Imperial
The Martian surface will be explored for conditions
favourable for past or present life thanks to micro-machine technology supplied
by Imperial College London. The NASA mission, planned for August 2007,
represents the first chance for UK
hardware to contribute to the exploration of Mars since the failed Beagle 2
spacecraft launched in 2003.
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