If we are truly to achieve the science of tomorrow that will help us overcome the problems of today, we need to be bold. We need to be brave. We need to dare to dream. Beagle 2 reminds us to keep the dream alive. As for tomorrow, who knows? Let's keep dreaming.
The fate of the Beagle 2 Mars lander has been a mystery since it was last heard of on December 19, 2003 as it headed for
Ahead of the conference David Rothery, professor of planetary geosciences at the Open University, said he believed pictures
The Beagle has landed. Or at least, we might be about to find out that it did, after all. Yesterday we reported the news
The UK Space Agency has announced a media briefing for an "update" on Beagle 2 - the British space craft which tried and
Professor Colin Pillinger, the British planetary scientist behind the 'Beagle 2' mission to Mars, has died at the age of