NASA and ESA will travel together to Mars
Saturday, July 11, 2009
The European Space Agency ESA and the U.S. counterpart NASA will cooperate in the exploration of Mars. Both organizations have an agreement.
The Mars Exploration Joint Initiative (MEJI) will be ESA and NASA robotic vehicles and satellites in orbit around the planet Mars broadcast in 2016, 2018 and 2020. Every two years Mars is relatively close to the Earth, making it much easier to travel to the planet.
The aim of the tours is to soil samples from Mars to Earth to bring. ESA will now planned ExoMars Mars robot integration in cooperation with the Americans. (ka)