<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = "
An image of NASA's InSight Lander also featured on Mars on November 26, 2018 to study the interior of the planet. This is the first time that Europe's instrument identifies a lander on Red Planet. InSight is in the Elysium Planitia region of Mars.
ExoMars will eventually have its own Mars rover
ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (the Schiaparelli lander fell to the source in 2016 ) is actually just a part of a larger mission. Another part of ExoMars is a platform over Mars that sees a six-wheel surface rover drill for rock samples. It will also have a panoramic camera and a nearby camera. In this way, it is a bit like InSight, which is currently trying to hole holes over the Martian.
ExoMars rover was called Rosalind Franklin after the DNA pioneer. It will be launched in 2020 and will arrive on Mars in 2021.
Are ExoMars in InSight?  Yes. It tracks the surface of Mars around InSight, and helps search for impact sites shows InSight any meteorite effect during its mission. "The ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter is [also] used to deliver data from InSight to Earth," says Nicolas Thomas, & nbsp; CaSSISPrincipal Investigator, from the University of Bern in Switzerland. "Due to this functionality, to avoid communication uncertainties, we can not point the camera to the landing site right now – we need to wait until the landing site goes directly to the bottom of the spacecraft to get this picture."  TGO will serve as the data relay for the ExoMars rover when it arrives on Mars in 2021.
The entire wealth of ExoMars & # 39;
The InSight landing site image is just one of many truly high-quality images we get, "says Nicolas." All the photos we share today represent some of the best from the last few months. "
You can see the complete showcase of all the pictures of the ExoMars orbiter here .
Congratulations on clear sky and wide eyes
Here's Mars you've never seen before. From the Martian dunes and dust devils to incredible hooks and even a photo of NASA's recent InSight mission, a wealth of photos taken by Europe and Russia operated by the satellite currently Mars has been released.
What does the orbiter of ExoMars do?
The ExoMars The Trace Gas Orbiter, on Mars since October 2016 by the European Space Agency (ESA) and Russian space agency Roskosmos, is really looking for methane, but it also captures some amazing pictures using the its camera CaSSIS (Color and Stereo Surface Imaging System) 19659035] InSight is shown here as a slightly brighter dot in the middle of the dark patch made when its lander fired retro rockets, before the touchdown in the Elysium Planitia region of Mars, and the dust surface is disturbed. The shield heat released before the landing is also seen on the edge of a crater, and the backshell used to protect the lander during the landing is also defined. ESA / Roscosmos / CaSSIS, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO