Coronavirus restrictions the final straw for ESA’s Mars Mission
Ars Technica ---------- On Thursday, the European Space Agency and its Russian partners announced that they would be delaying their planned rover/lander mission to Mars. As we reported earlier this year, the project was facing a number of technical hurdles, and time was running short to sort them out before a convenient launch window for Mars closed. Now, travel restrictions put in place to limit the spread of the coronavirus have ensured that they won't be handled in time. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.