European Space Agency

The Korolev crater is making the red planet the world's new fantasy winter destination.
They insist that alleged ET spacecraft are not out-of-this-world.
The mountains "are a step too high -- even for the clouds to cross."
“The result is kind of sci-fi spooky don’t you think?” one of the crew noted.
The lander, sent to investigate Mars for signs of life, stopped transmitting as it neared the planet.
Recognizing life Finding biosignatures is the main objective of ExoMars, a joint mission of the European and Russian space
Tim Peake will attempt the course virtually as he orbits the Earth at about 17,000 miles per hour.
But don't worry.
The object does not pose a threat, but "the show will still be spectacular."
"It might not seem like a very glamorous task for an astronaut."