Mars Express made its closest fly-by yet of Red Planet`s moon, Phobos, skimming past at only 45 km above its surface, on Dec. 29.
ESA’s Mars orbiter has for the first time relayed scientific data, including detailed images of ‘Rocknest3’, from NASA’s Curiosity rover on the Red Planet’s surface.
A new study using images taken by ESA’s Mars Express orbiter has provided the best orbital model of the Martian moon Deimos to date.
Newly released images taken by ESA’s Mars Express show an unusual accumulation of young craters in the large outflow channel called Ares Vallis.
Newly released images show a system of deep fractures in the crust around the Isidis impact basin.
Reports indicate that Mars Express has begun a series of flybys of Phobos, the largest moon of Mars, which might untangle the origin of this mysterious moon.
Mars Express recently flew over the boundary between Kasei Valles and Sacra Fossae and imaged the region, acquiring spectacular views of the chaotic terrain in the area.
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