The European Space Agency (ESA) is working with the Airbus company to develop a cruiser to be sent to Mars. This was announced by the Minister of Science of the United Kingdom, Sam Gyimah.
These explorers will be able to send samples of rocks, dust, and soil from Mars to Earth, which has never been done before.
Currently, on Mars there are two NASA’s explorers named Opportunity and Curiosity. However, both are only capable of sending data to researchers on earth, not sending samples.