ESA Euronews: Looking for life on Mars with ExoMars

ExoMars is the first mission to head to the Red Planet to seek signs of life, now or in the past. It’s a massive scientific and technical challenge, and Euronews meets some of the team involved in this joint ESA-Roscosmos project in this month’s edition of Space.

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ESA Euronews: Mit ExoMars nach dem Leben auf dem Mars suchen

Bei der ExoMars-Mission, die nach Leben auf dem roten Planeten sucht, wächst die Spannung: Denn bereits der erste Satellit dieses europäisch-russischen Projekts entdeckte viel mehr Wassereis knapp unter der Marsoberfläche, als irgendjemand erwartet hatte. Jetzt arbeiten die Ingenieure fieberhaft daran, den Rover rechtzeitig zum Start im Jahr 2020 fertigzustellen.

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ESA Euronews: Buscando vida en Marte con ExoMars

Los científicos e ingenieros que trabajan en ExoMars lo hacen a contrarreloj para finalizar un todoterreno y una plataforma de aterrizaje que les permitirán, en 2021, explorar la superficie y el subsuelo de Marte y comprobar si hay o ha habido vida en el Planeta Rojo.
Euronews ha viajado hasta el Reino Unido y Bélgica para hablar con los científicos e ingenieros que trabajan en ExoMars, un equipo europeo y ruso.

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ESA Euronews: À la recherche de la vie sur Mars avec ExoMars

Space fait le point sur l’avancée de la mission ExoMars dont le deuxième volet consistera à envoyer prochainement un rover capable de forer le sol martien à la recherche d’éventuelles traces de vie.

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ESA Euronews: Ψάχνετε για ζωή στον Άρη με το ExoMars

Στη Βρετανία επιστήμονες και μηχανικοί εργάζονται για την αποστολή ExoMars, την κοινή Ευρωπαϊκή και ρωσική προσπάθεια που θα ταξιδέψει στον κόκκινο πλανήτη, ψάχνοντας για ζωή.
Ο Μπρούνο, είναι το ρόβερ που θα πάει στον Άρη. Είναι ένα όχημα με έξι ρόδες που μπορεί να αναπτύξει ταχύτητα δύο εκατοστών το δευτερόλεπτο και μπορεί να κινηθεί ημιαυτόνομα στην επιφάνεια του πλανήτη. Τις δοκιμές κάνουν οι μηχανικοί της Airbus, που είναι υπεύθυνοι για την κατασκευή του πρώτου οχήματος που θα ψάξει για ζωή στον κόκκινο πλανήτη.

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ESA Euronews: Az ExoMars-szal az életet a Marson keresi

Egyre nagyobb az izgalom az ExoMars küldetés körül, amely az élet nyomait kutatja majd a vörös bolygón. Az Egyesült Királyságban és Belgiumban találkozunk az ExoMars küldetésen dolgozó mérnökökkel.
Brúnó, a marsjáró másodpercenként legfeljebb két centiméteres sebességgel félig önállóan képes közlekedni a terepen. Annak a marsjárónak a tesztpéldánya, amely az élet jeleit keresi majd a Marson.

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ESA Euronews: In cerca di vita su Marte con ExoMars

Nel Regno Unito e in Belgio, incontriamo scienziati ed ingegneri che lavorano alla missione ExoMars, uno sforzo comune europeo e russo per cercare la vita sul pianeta rosso.
Bruno, il rover per la missione, una macchina a sei ruote con una velocità massima di due centimetri al secondo e la capacità di guidare su Marte in modo semi-autonomo.
È un banco di prova per il team di ingegneri, che hanno costruito il primo rover progettato per cercare direttamente segnali di vita su Marte.

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ESA Euronews: Procurando vida em Marte com ExoMars

À procura de vida em Marte, a Agência Espacial Europeia (ESA, na sigla em inglês) e a congénere russa Roscosmos estão a ultimar a próxima missão ExoMars, a qual vai integrar também tecnologia de origem portuguesa.
A Euronews deslocou-se a Stevenage, a norte de Londres, no Reino Unido, onde a Airbus está a desenvolver um novo veículo com o objetivo específico de procurar sinais de vida no planeta vermelho, o “vizinho” mais próximo da Terra no Sistema Solar.

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Horizons mission – Soyuz: launch to orbit

This unique video shows a full launch of the Soyuz MS-09: from liftoff to orbit.

Watch the launch from inside the crew capsule with first-ever shots from outside the spacecraft recorded by cameras fixed to the exterior of the Soyuz.

The intense launch lasts less than ten minutes whereby the Soyuz spacecraft is propelled 1640 km and gains 210 km altitude. Every second for nine minutes, the spacecraft accelerates 50 km/h on average as the rocket’s boosters burn their fuel and are discarded.
See the astronaut’s reactions and what the spacecraft looks like as the main steps are carried out to get into orbit:

-00:12 Launch command issued
-00:10 Engine turbopumps at flight speed
-00:05 Engines at maximum thrust
00:00 Launch
+1:54 Separation of emergency rescue system
+1:57 First stage separation
+2:38 Fairing separation
+4:48 Second stage separation
+4:58 Tail adapter separation
+8:45 Third stage engine cut off having arrived in orbit
+8:49 Soyuz separation, deploy solar arrays and antennae

The astronauts, from left to right, are NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor, Roscosmos commander Sergei Prokopyev and ESA astronaut and flight engineer Alexander Gerst launched in the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to the International Space Station on 6 June 2018. ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer and ESA television host Richard Hollingham provide commentary taken from the live event.

Hunched in their Sokol flight suits that offer protection in case of fire or depressurisation, the trio stay in the crew capsule of the Soyuz – the only module that is also designed to survive a return to Earth. The bags above their heads contain supplies for the International Space Station as every bit of space is used.

During a Soyuz launch astronauts typically experience forces of up to 4g – having to work while being pressed into their seats with a force that is four times more than the gravity felt on Earth. The Soyuz commander uses a stick to press buttons as they are too far away from the control panel.

The fluffy toys above the astronauts’ heads are mascots and good luck charms but also serve as a simple but effective test to see when the spacecraft is in orbit: when they start to float the spacecraft is weightless and orbiting Earth. Above Sergei is the mascot for the 2018 FIFA soccer World Cup held in Russia. Alexander took German children television icon “Die Maus” with him.

The launch went as planned as the 50-m tall Soyuz rocket propelled the astronauts to their cruising speed of around 28 800 km/h.
For this launch the astronauts took 34 orbits of Earth over two days to arrive at their destination spending their time in the cramped orbital module of the Soyuz that is no larger than a car. With limited communications and living space the astronauts had time to adapt to weightlessness and reflect on their mission ahead. They aligned their spacecraft with the International Space Station and approached the orbital outpost for docking on 8 June 2018. The files for this video were downloaded by the astronauts after arriving at the Space Station.

Alexander is a returning visitor to the International Space Station, the first of ESA’s 2009 class of astronauts to be sent into space for a second time. During the second part of his mission Alexander will take over as commander of the International Space Station, only the second time an ESA astronaut will take on this role so far.

Credits: ESA / NASA / Roscosmos

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Horizons mission – docking and hatch opening highlights

After orbiting Earth 34 times to catch up to the International Space Station, the car-sized spacecraft carrying ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst, NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Roscosmos commander Sergei Prokopyev, arrived at the Station two days after launch.

The German astronaut is a returning visitor to the International Space Station, the first of ESA’s 2009 class of astronauts to be sent into space for a second time. During the second part of his mission Alexander will take over as commander of the International Space Station, only the second time an ESA astronaut will take on this role so far.

The mission is called Horizons as a symbol for the unknown and what lies beyond – reflecting on ESA’s strategy to extend human and robotic exploration beyond Earth orbit. While in space, Alexander will work on over 50 European experiments, including testing ways of operating and working with robots to develop techniques required for further human and robotic exploration of our Solar System.

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