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ExoMars PanCam
I'm the science eyes of ESA’s Rosalind Franklin ExoMars 2020 rover. My international team is led by . I'm emulated on Earth by
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UCL News Jul 15
A thin layer of aerogel might make Mars habitable and possibly allow life to develop – but to do so would disturb a pristine environment billions of years in the making, argues Prof Andrew Coates
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ExoMars PanCam Jul 12
Good luck CLUPI team!
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ExoMars PanCam Jul 11
I got a nice mention in the rover talk by Dave!
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Andrew Coates Jul 8
Presentation on and done at ! Soon to be put on the Rosalind Franklin (ExoMars 2020) rover
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ExoMars PanCam Jun 25
3d Model of my optical bench was used in ’s talk in uk parliament today, mentioning the great science with the rover, and my PI was there too!
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ExoMars PanCam Jun 13
taking a picture of my science team at today! Image M.dela Nougerede, UCL- MSSL
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ExoMars PanCam Jun 13
My science team meeting is underway today at - discussing hardware progress and plans, calibration and operations!
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Peter Grindrod Jun 11
Struggling to play this one cool...IT'S A MASSIVE PIECE OF MARS!
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@ESA_ExoMars May 27
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The is located at the top of a mast that will sit 2m above the surface; it will be fundamental in day-to-day scientific operations of the rover & to assist with decisions on where to drive to next & where to target its drill
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NHM Meteorites Jun 10
Down in the basement of , is imaging meteorites with & to prepare for its arrival on in 2021
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Andrew Coates Jun 8
They may be small, but they are vital. They will help us get colours, shapes and distances right with our wide-angle and high-res cameras. These are due to go on the Rosalind Franklin rover soon as well, for launch to Mars next year!
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Andrew Coates Jun 7
Great progress with , & instruments including our discussed at ESWT. Huge privilege to see flight model landed platform ‘Kazachok’ in clean room, thanks! Shows our great mission’s really coming together now can’t wait!
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Dr Matt Gunn Jun 7
The Small Items made will aid PanCam calibration and operation on Mars. The flight models shown here were integrated with this week. Looking forwards to seeing images of them from PanCam on Mars! Credit: M. de la Nougerede, UCL/MSSL 2019
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ALTEC Jun 6
COMPLETED! Thanks to all colleagues and friends that joined us at . The journey to is still long and full of exciting challenges! Today we took another significant step forward. Together...getting
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ExoMars PanCam Jun 5
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ExoMars PanCam Jun 5
My PI presenting on behalf of our team. Thanks to for hosting the Science Working Team this week
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ExoMars PanCam Jun 4
Ciao Torino! A pleasure that several of my team are here for the Science Working Team meeting this week
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ExoMars PanCam Jun 2
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...and I’m wheel walking along...
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ExoMars PanCam Jun 2
Six wheels on my wagon...
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@ESA_ExoMars May 30
Our  Rosalind Franklin has a brand new mission control: the Rover Operations Control Centre, or ROCC. The heart of rover operations is ready to ROCC and roll! More on the inauguration here: 📸 Credits:
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