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ISECG Posts Update to the Global Exploration Roadmap

August 20, 2013.

ges_roadmapAgencies participating in the International Space Exploration Coordination Group (ISECG) continue to advance a long-range international exploration strategy that begins with the International Space Station (ISS) and expands human presence in the solar system, leading ultimately to human missions to explore the surface of Mars.

The Global Exploration Roadmap, first released in September 2011, has been updated in August 2013 to reflect updated agency plans and programmes as well as continue to facilitate stakeholder engagement in the effort to chart an international roadmap to Mars.

To download the updated GER, click here.

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