Mars Rover

The assembly of the ExoMars rover has been completed. If parachute tests are successful, the rover will launch in July 2020 to search for evidence of life on the red planet.
After no sign of life from the robotic explorer since June 2018, NASA has called it a day on Opportunity's Martian mission. Intended to last only three months, the Mars Opportunity Rover provided data on the red planet for almost 15 years.
"Oppy outlived its mission lifetime by 14+ years."
Mars Rover 2020 will search for ancient signs of life.
Delays have pushed up costs by €436m (£368m).
The Curiosity rover gets up close and personal with a Martian mountain.
It's set to survey the planet's northern hemisphere during a three month exploration.