Could Mars have harbored life?

ASIM, march 18

The European Space Agency’s ExoMars Rosalind Franklin rover, set to launch in 2028, aims to answer that question by scouring the Red Planet for evidence of past and present life. Built in Stevenage, UK by Airbus Space, with scientific and industrial inputs from various UK organizations, the rover is equipped with a new instrument called Enfys, funded with over £10 million, designed to identify minerals that could provide crucial evidence supporting the existence of life.

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