Space mission
I-MIM

OperatorNASA
Typemission icon Scientific
Targeticon Mars
Startmission icon 2026
StatusConcept
American mission I-MIM (International-Mars Ice Mapper) should (according to current plans) launch to space on 2026. Its target is Mars.
Current news from category Mars
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https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciadv.abn3783

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Zhurong reveals recent aqueous activities in Utopia Planitia, Mars

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Carbon Dioxide Ice Glaciers at the South Pole of Mars

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Mars Methane Sources in Northwestern Gale Crater Inferred From Back Trajectory Modeling

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Terrestrial planet formation from lost inner solar system material

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The evidence for unusually high hydrogen abundances in the central part of Valles Marineris on Mars

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Mars Express data show that Phobos might reflect energetic particles from the Sun

New data confirm, that previously measured solar radiation reflected from the surface of Phobos might be right. These measurements from 2008 and 2016 were disputed as they might have come from vicinity of the orbital spacecraft. New data taken far away from the Martian moon now show, that the radiation is not detected when Phobos is not near.

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Seismic constraints from a Mars impact experiment using InSight and Perseverance

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Martian water loss is strongly contributed even by local dust storms

New study describes a mechanism which contributes to the water loss on Mars. New data come from three orbital probes MRO, MAVEN and TGO.

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Characteristics of the Basal Interface of the Martian South Polar Layered Deposits