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European Space Agency Kicks Out Russia From Rs 8433 Crore Mission


Angered by the Russia-Ukraine War, the European Space Agency (ESA) has expelled the Russian Space Agency (Roscosmos) from its Mars mission. No help from Russian scientists and engineers will be taken in this mission. This mission is about Rs 8433 crore, including European countries and Russia. ESA and the Russian Space Agency were to launch the ExoMars mission in September.

ESA Director General Joseph Eschbascher said that ExoMars is a rover that was to be sent to Mars to investigate the historical and ancient environment there. The origin and evidence of life could be discovered. Also, studies can be done on the possibilities of life in the future. Joseph said that now launching will take time. Because the current conditions are not good. European countries have expelled Russia from this mission. Now planning will be done again regarding the launch of this rover. Preparation will be done accordingly.

ESA built the rover was to be launched with a Russian rocket.

ExoMars has been named Rosalind Franklin. Its assembly is taking place in the UK, which was to be launched on a Russian rocket set in Germany’s spacecraft and launched by putting it in a missile. The decision has dealt a significant blow to the European Space Agency. But Russia has suffered more. Looking at the current conditions, the next launch window for this mission is 2024.

Russia Kick From ExoMars Mission
Russia Kick From ExoMars Mission

Now launching can be done in collaboration with NASA

After ousting Russia for the launch of ExoMars, ESA has studied how to get this rover to Mars. For this, talks are now going on with the US space agency NASA. Joseph Ashbasher said that the US space agency is ready to participate in this project. He wants to cooperate in this scientific mission fully.

The orbiter has gone before Rosalind Franklin.

The European Space Agency launched the Trace Gas Orbiter in collaboration with Russia in 2016 before Rosalind Franklin. The second part of this was this rover. The Trace Gas Orbiter is orbiting around Mars. With the help of this, the communication of Rosalind Franklin will be connected to the earth. ExoMars will search for signs of life by drilling 2 meters deep on the surface of Mars.

Ashish Kumar Mishra
Ashish Kumar Mishra
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