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Russian scientists to hear Mars voice

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Russian scientists to hear Mars voice


03.10.2017

© NASA/JPL-CaltechScientists Russian-European mission ExoMars from the Space Research Institute (SRI) are going to send recording and reporting system to the Red Planet. Sounds of the planet are going to be recorded by it, RIA Novosti reported.

The head of the Russian Scientific crew Daniil Rodionov has marked that ExoMars-2020 is the second stage of the mission in the frames of which scientists are going to send the landing platform and Mars Exploration Rover mission. The start is planned for 2020; the arrival of the landing platform system is arguably planned for the March, 2021. The Oxia Platinum area is going to be the spot for the landing.

Aside of recording landing platform system magnetometers, spectrometers and other recording gear, there are also cameras for panoramic exposures. Sound and video recordings will be released later to the public.

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