How we found our lost Mars lander after a decade of searching – and what's next

The last picture taken of the Mars lander Beagle 2 showed it being successfully ejected from Mars Express on Christmas Day in 2003. But sadly, we never got a signal back from the lander and have ever since tried to work out what happened, and where it is. Eventually we made a breakthrough – and our findings have now been published in Royal Society Open Science.

How we found our lost Mars lander after a decade of searching – and what's next

The last picture taken of the Mars lander Beagle 2 showed it being successfully ejected from Mars Express on Christmas Day in 2003. But sadly, we never got a signal back from the lander and ...

Wed 11 Oct 17 from Phys.org

Failed Beagle 2 lander found on the Isidis region of Mars

Research led by the University of Leicester used HiRISE imagery to pinpoint to location of the failed lander (pictured) to within about 12 miles (20km) of the original target.

Tue 10 Oct 17 from Daily Mail

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