Europe is Only Game in Town as ESA Agrees to Send Arrays to Mars while Budget Cuts Put US Mission in Doubt

Led by scientists at the Carnegie Institute of Washington, the team had pinned the future of its life-detection arrays on future missions to Mars from both ESA and NASA. However, in light of recent budget cuts, NASA s commitment is in doubt. Subscribers: click headline for more

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