The man who saw red

Coppinger, Rob
May 2003
Engineer (00137758);5/16/2003, Vol. 292 Issue 7627, p26
Focuses on Colin Pillinger, professor of planetary sciences that led a project to engineer Beagle 2 that will help the European Space Agency's Mars mission. Overview of the project; Other engineers involved in the project; Charitable aspect of the project. INSETS: FOR THE RECORD;THE BEAGLE IS LANDING.


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