Japan launches first rover on Mars

Two Mars satellites may have visitors in the not too distant future. The Japan Space Exploration Agency (JAXA) cooperated with the German and French space agencies to send Rover-mounted spacecraft to the Phobos and Demo Mars satellites.

The agreement on cooperation between JAXA and the German Space Center (DLR) has been completed on the Mars Exploration Mission (MMX).

This is a big step, as we succeeded in taking a picture of the surface of the satellite with the help of the orbit. The final destination has not yet been determined, but the Japanese space agency Rover plans to launch one of these satellites in 2024. Mission Mars moon exploration (MMX) is a spacecraft that is said to orbit both satellites.

The spacecraft orbiting Mars will enter 2025. It will then return to Earth with satellite samples in 2029.

The French National Center for Space Research (CNES) in France also helps JAXA build the rover. According to a new scientist, it can be the first vehicle of its kind ever on a small object in the solar system.

It is very useful to know what they are doing. For example, it may be a fuel source that allows traveling a longer distance with less fuel to be transported. Makeup can tell us more about the formation of our solar system.

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