Expedition to Mars

After long-term planning, extensive analysis and testing, the project enters its key phase. Finally, we can reveal the first details of our next mission.

Preparations for a historic expedition to Mars are in progress. The first samples of soil from the Mars southern hemisphere, collected by rover, arrived at our research facility. The construction of the first base camp on Mars is regularly monitored in the Mission Control.

After entering the orbit of Mars, the expedition predecessor, exploration shuttle Explorer 3, has sent the first photos of the 22km high volcano Olympus Mons. Olympus Mons is the talest mountain in the Solar System, almost three times higher than Mont Everest.

The first expedition to Mars will gather over 600 members, and the launch will take place on November 28th, 2017. at 20:00.

Follow us in an exciting mission of the Red Planet exploration!