Trip to Mars

April 1992
New Scientist;4/4/92, Vol. 134 Issue 1815, p11
Announces that Japan plans to launch a probe to Mars in 1996, according to the Japanese Space Activities Commission. Japan will be third country to do so; New generation M5 rocket will be developed to launch probe (known as `Planet B'); Will study composition of Martian atmosphere.


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