It has been revealed that a spacecraft will be sent from Japan to take soil samples Mars moon Phobos, with the goal of returning to Earth by the end of the decade, will be part of a return lunar exploration mission from Phobos Tuesday (MMX), operated by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), is scheduled to launch in 2024 and will include the first spacecraft to orbit the Timos moon before landing Moon Popos Taking samples of rocks and soil is enormous.
According to the British newspaper, the “Daily Mail”, the Japanese company said the project would cost 32 322 million and would be the first project to take a sample from another planet orbiting the moon and could return to Earth by 2029.
If the mission goes as planned, the MMX probe will depart from Mars’ largest moon, Phobos, with 0.35 ounce soil samples.
Two years before NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) returned rock samples from Mars, they are currently being collected by exploration.
Two moons on Mars, Bobos with a diameter of 13.8 miles and Deimos with a diameter of 7.8 miles, and Jaxa want to understand how they formed, and hope that they will provide all the data needed to solve this mission, including whether they captured asteroids. Whether traces of this mystery and ancient life are hidden in the soil.
Also, to achieve this goal, it will send a spacecraft into Mars spacecraft, orbit Mars, and then go into a semi-satellite orbit around the moon, which, when it is there, will photograph the satellites before Bobos moves, collect samples, take off and return to Earth.
Japanese scientists say asteroids that struck Mars millions of years ago may have sent ancient microbes to its moon, which is dead on its moon. When the team landed at Bobos, it returned to Earth for analysis using a drilling method to extract a sample.
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