Exo Mars spacecraft lifts off to the Redplanet

Exo-Mars
The spacecraft designed to search the atmosphere of Mars for clues of life on the surface of the red planet has blasted off. The Exo Mars Trace Gas orbiter spacecraft was launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan aboard a heavy lift Proton rocket. It is due to analyse the red planet’s atmosphere to search for low levels of gases such as methane that may betray the presence of life on the Martian surface. Scientists believe the probe has the potential to find ‘very strong evidence’ of alien life when it arrives at Mars on 19 October. It’s the heaviest space craft ever sent to Mars

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