Scientific Objectives

Martian atmospheric investigations

Mars has a thin, cold, dusty and primarily carbon dioxide atmosphere. The Martian atmosphere exhibits a spectrum of circulation phenomena in various spatial and temporal scales; the atmosphere also interacts with the surface and subsurface exchanging heat, momentum and matter (H2O, CO2 and dust)... Read more

Definition of science objectives

Since many meteorological and climatological phenomena have both temporal and spatial variations in scales ranging from local to global and from sub-diurnal to multi-annual, characterisation of such phenomena require ideally simultaneous observations at multiple and different locations and over a sufficiently long period of time... Read more

How to Join the MetNet Science Team?

At present, access to the MetNet mission planning information and later to the collected data are reserved for members of the MetNet Core Team and the MetNet Science Team... Read more

The MetNet Science Team