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Interdisciplinary Workshop devoted to revise our current understanding of Mars, from the surface to the upper atmosphere, in the eve of the Exomars TGO operational science phase. 27 – 28 February 2018. ESAC (ESA), Madrid, Spain
You can do a virtual tour to "The Martian Puzzle" exhibition
Parque de las Ciencias de Granada hosts the exhibition 'The Martian Puzzle' from May 18 to August 31 organized and produced by the Andalusian Astrophysics Institute and the UPWARDS Consortium.
The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter has completed another set of important science calibration tests before a year of aerobraking gets underway.
The player will have to explore Mars and face its many dangers in order to build the first human colony in the red planet
The first element of the joint European-Russian ExoMars mission was launched on March 14th this year from Baikonur in Kazakhstan and successfully reached Mars after a journey of about 500 million kilometers on October 16th.
Some pieces of the UPWARDS documentary were shown at the Extension Festival (Fex) of the Granada International Festival of Music and Dance.
The first part of the European Mission to Mars, ExoMars, took off yesterday from Baikonur, Kazakhstan. UPWARDS wanted to share the moment with the general public.
UPWARDS: Understanding Planet Mars is a signature documentary film about key questions about Mars produced by the project's outreach & communication team.
UPWARDS was represented in the first National preview of the movie 'The Martian' by the researcher Marco Giuranna
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Members of the UPWARDS project shared its expertise with the general public at the European Researches' Night 2015.
The UPWARDS consortium met last September 17th for exchanging thoughts about the progress of the project
After three weeks of filming across Europe, the shooting part of the documentary about the Red Planet 'UPWARDS: Re-Thinking MARS' has finished.
Co-ordinated by the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC), the project involves seven European scientific institutions which are developing new analytical techniques to exploit the Mars Express and the future ExoMars missions.