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2024-04-16 10:03:49
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NASA Seeks Affordable Transport Ideas for Mars Soil Samples

NASA is actively seeking innovative proposals to transport Mars soil samples collected by the Perseverance Rover back to Earth more affordably. The agency aims to reduce costs and risks associated with the mission, which has faced criticism and budget challenges.

Plans have been revised, with the rover now expected to deliver the samples to the collection probe itself. NASA hopes to achieve the sample return mission in the 2030s for a budget not exceeding $7 billion, prompting a search for cost-effective solutions within the space industry and private sector.

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Heise
16. April 2024 um 06:24

Soil Samples from Mars: NASA seeks ideas for more affordable transport to Earth | heise online

Technology
NASA is looking for creative proposals to transport the soil samples from the Mars Rover Perseverance to Earth more affordably. Employees of NASA and the space industry are to develop ideas to bring the samples to Earth in the coming decade with reduced costs and risks. Previous plans have been changed due to high costs and criticism, and now Perseverance is expected to bring the samples to the collecting probe itself.
Heise Wissen
16. April 2024 um 06:24

Soil Samples from Mars: NASA seeks ideas for more affordable transport to Earth | heise online

Technology
NASA is looking for creative proposals to transport the soil samples from the Mars Rover Perseverance to Earth more affordably. Employees of NASA and the space industry are to develop ideas to bring the samples to Earth in the coming decade with reduced costs and risks. Previous plans have been changed due to high costs and criticism, and now Perseverance is expected to bring the samples to the collecting probe itself.
Planetary science news
16. April 2024 um 08:03

NASA is seeking a faster, cheaper way to bring Mars samples to Earth

Technology
NASA is looking for a faster and cheaper way to bring Mars samples back to Earth, as the current plan is on hold due to escalating costs and delays. The agency wants to avoid cutting other science projects to fund the Mars sample return mission and is seeking fresh ideas from private industry and its centers. The goal is to get the collected samples to Earth in the 2030s for no more than $7 billion.
The Verge - All Posts
15. April 2024 um 21:04

NASA needs a cheaper, faster way to bring Mars dirt back to Earth

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Politics
NASA's Mars Sample Return Mission facing budget cuts and delays until 2040, prompting the agency to seek a quicker and more cost-effective plan for bringing Mars samples back to Earth.
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