Show simple item record Pompei, Carlo Richter, Lutz Slade, Richard Draper, Chris Lee, Chris Re, Eduardo Lamon, Pierre Ward, Roger Terrien, Gregoire Rowe, Mark Gelmi, Rolando Bertrand, Reinhold Del Biancio, Alessandro Chatila, Raja Magnani, Piergiovanni Siegwart, Roland Wall, Ronan Koeck, Charles Butera, Francesco Woods, Mark Ingrand, Felix Barnes, David Preston Battistelli, Enrico Lacroix, Simon Smith, Mark F. Waugh, Lester Patel, Nildeep Ellery, Alex 2008-12-17T08:04:18Z 2008-12-17T08:04:18Z 2006-07
dc.identifier.citation Pompei , C , Richter , L , Slade , R , Draper , C , Lee , C , Re , E , Lamon , P , Ward , R , Terrien , G , Rowe , M , Gelmi , R , Bertrand , R , Del Biancio , A , Chatila , R , Magnani , P , Siegwart , R , Wall , R , Koeck , C , Butera , F , Woods , M , Ingrand , F , Barnes , D P , Battistelli , E , Lacroix , S , Smith , M F , Waugh , L , Patel , N & Ellery , A 2006 , ' The ExoMars rover and Pasteur payload Phase A study: an approach to experimental astrobiology ' International Journal of Astrobiology , vol 5 , no. 3 , pp. 221-241 . DOI: 10.1017/S1473550406003090 en
dc.identifier.issn 1475-3006
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dc.description Barnes, D. et al, The ExoMars rover and Pasteur payload Phase A study: an approach to experimental astrobiology, International Journal of Astrobiology (2006), 5:3:221-241 Cambridge University Press RAE2008 en
dc.description.abstract The Aurora programme is the European Space Agency programme of planetary exploration focused primarily on Mars. Although the long-term goals of Aurora are uncertain, the early phases of the Aurora programme are based on a number of robotic explorer missions – the first of these is the ExoMars rover mission currently scheduled for launch in 2013 (originally 2011). The ExoMars rover – developed during a Phase A study – is a 240 kg Mars rover supporting a 40 kg payload (called Pasteur) of scientific instruments specifically designed for astrobiological prospecting to search for evidence of extant or extinct life. In other words, ExoMars represents a new approach to experimental astrobiology in which scientific instruments are robotically deployed at extraterrestrial environments of astrobiological interest. Presented is an outline of the design of the rover, its robotic technology, its instrument complement and aspects of the design decisions made. ExoMars represents a highly challenging mission, both programmatically and technologically. Some comparisons are made with the highly successful Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity. en
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartof International Journal of Astrobiology en
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dc.title The ExoMars rover and Pasteur payload Phase A study: an approach to experimental astrobiology en
dc.type /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/researchoutputtypes/contributiontojournal/article en
dc.contributor.institution Intelligent Robotics Group en
dc.contributor.institution Department of Computer Science en
dc.description.status Peer reviewed en

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