Meet the ESA ExoMars Team
The ExoMars Project Team, 8 February 2010. Credit: ESA
The Robotic Exploration Coordination Office along with the ExoMars project team is made up of a diverse group of engineers, scientists, controllers, administrators and managers. The primary role of the team is to coordinate activities related to ESA's Robotic Exploration, and in particular, ESA's flagship mission, ExoMars, from scientific instruments development to industrial contracts and mission analyses.
The team is located at ESA's Space Research and Technology Centre, ESTEC, in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, with additional operations members being located in Darmstadt, Germany.
This photograph was taken on 8 February 2010 in the Planetary Utilisation Testbed of the Automation & Robotics Laboratory at ESTEC.
Key to the image above
A: Roland Trautner, B: Silvia Bayon
, C: Albert Haldemann
, D: Olivia Barcos
, E: Alistair Winton, F: Thierry Blancquaert, G: Boris Bethge, H: Jacques Pinel, I: Annette Koopman, J: Anders Elfving, K: Don McCoy
, L: Olivier Bayle, M: Leila Lorenzoni, N: Amadou Whittaker, O: Andrew Ball, P: Margaret McAuley, Q: Eleni Katsampani, R: Jorge Vago
, S: Steve Durrant, T: Giacinto Gianfiglio
, V: Coralie Alary, W: Andre Debus, X: Pietro Baglioni, U: Anne Pacros, Y: Stefan Thürey
Missing from the photograph: Yves Bonnefous, Massimo Braghin, Federico Chiusano, Rolf de Groot
, Diego Dellantonio, Duncan Goulty, Patrizio Graziano, Luc Joudrier, Michael Kasper
, Robert Lindner, Damien Loizeau, Pia Mitschdoerfer
, Thorsten Siwitza
, Daniele Temperanza, Thomas Walloschek, Olivier Witasse, and Eric Zekri.
Last Update: 24 Apr 2012