This blog is related to the Raman Laser Spectrometer (RLS) on board the ESA Exomars’ Rosalind Franklin Rover. RLS, developed at INTA facilities, is one of the three main scientific instruments who will study the martial subsoil in situ.
Keep in touch by email: ExoMarsRaman@inta.es
In May 2021, INTA-CAB and GMV agreed to present a joint proposal to the ESA call “ESA-ESRIC Space Resources Challenge”, which consisted of developing a robot capable of autonomously navigating, ...Read more
Just a few days away until NASA's Perseverance rover lands on Mars. The Perseverance rover and the Ingenuity helicopter are part of the Mars2020 mission, NASA's most ambitious mission to search ...Read more
The RLS (Raman Laser Spectrometer) instrument EIS (Electrical Interface Simulator), is a GSE used to verify the operating systems of the different payloads of the Rover Rosalind Franklin of the ...Read more
During last 21st and 22nd January, the first meeting of the SIGUE-Mars Research Network (Science and Instrumentation for the study of (bio) geochemical processes in Mars) took place at the ...Read more
During the past week, the science meeting of the Raman instrument team (RLS) of the ExoMars mission was held. ...Read more