Russian space enthusiasts may have found lost Soviet Mars lander
Russian space enthusiasts have pinpointed the resting place of what is believed to be the Soviet lander, Mars 3, which failed shortly after landing in 1971.
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Since: Jan 08
#1 Apr 14, 2013
What about Britain's "Beagle 2"?
The orbiter made it, and released B2, which then lost communication. Hopefully they'll find a site to try to determine if it made it down okay or, even better, manage to drive across it and send back images(!).
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