2020 Mission Landing Site Selection Working Group (LSSWG)
The Landing Site Selection Working Group is a team of scientific and engineering experts from academia and industry whose job is to recommend a landing site for the ExoMars Rover and Surface Platform. This proceeds via a coordinated landing site selection process that involves maximising the potential scientific return of the mission while adhering to engineering parameters.
LSSWG Science Community Events
|17th December 2013||ESA/IKI Call for Landing Site Proposals||-|
26-28th March 2014
1st Landing Site Selection Workshop
European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC), Villanueva de la Cañada, Madrid, Spain.
11-12th December 2014
2nd Landing Site Selection Workshop
ALTEC, Torino, Italy.
20-21st October 2015
European Space Research and Technnology Centre (ESTEC), Noordwijk, Netherlands.
|27-28th March 2017||4th Landing Site Selection Workshop||European Space Research and Technnology Centre (ESTEC), Noordwijk, Netherlands.||-|
Landing Site Study Resources
To access the landing site study resources you must be registered. Registration is moderated, but open to the scientific research and landing site characterisation community. Please visit the Landing Site Study Registration page to request login credentials. Once you have registered you may proceed to login.
Information on the landing site candidates is also available on the public Landing Site Pages.