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After a year filled with new missions and discoveries, Mars and its robots look ahead to 2022

3 Jan 2022, 00:03 UTC
After a year filled with new missions and discoveries, Mars and its robots look ahead to 2022 via Universe Today

After the successful launch of three new Mars missions in the summer of 2020, Mars exploration was looking to have a groundbreaking year in 2021. Astonishingly, all three missions — NASA’s Mars 2020, China’s Tianwen-1, and the United Arab Emirates’ Hope orbiter — successfully arrived at Mars in February, and have already sent back amazing data and images of the red planet.

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