June 13th, 2001

NASA OKs 10 Mars Scout Concepts

NASA has picked nearly a dozen concepts that deserve further study for exploring Mars, including a red planet platoon of gliders, small landers, and a way to snag Martian atmospheric dust and gas for return to Earth.

May 21st, 2001

Menagerie of Mars Scouts: Bold New Proposals for Exploring The Red Planet

Mars attracts! Everything from a solar-powered hopper and high flying vehicles to a Mother Goose craft that unleashes tiny robotic goslings

April 20th, 2001

Red Planet Scouts: Seeking Unexpected Discoveries on Mars

Mars needs spacecraft! That

August 29th, 2000

Smaller is Better: Microscouts Make the Grade

Small may soon be big for NASA. A tiny rover vehicle studying an asteroid and a diminutive glider swooping through Martian skies are among the pint-sized spacecraft likely to help explore the solar system over the next decade, says a NASA official.

April 14th, 2000

Scout Spacecraft on Mars: Trustworthy, Thrifty and Brave

Bruised by the recent loss of the $165 million Mars Polar Lander, NASA is studying a new class of smaller, cheaper and more robust spacecraft. These probes could land on Mars to reconnoiter terrain that larger missions could later study in detail. Called appropriately enough “Scouts,” two of the 220-pound (100-kilogram) spacecraft could venture to Mars as soon as 2003, said Barry Goldstein, who is leading the study at NASA

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