Mars Mission
01- Canals
02- Mariners
03- Riverbeds
04- Sub-surface Ice
05- Fleet
06- Martian Ice
07- Slope Streaks
08- Water Found
09- Phyllocian Era
10- Theikian Era
11- Siderikan Era
12- Martian Regions
13- Obliquity
14- Martian Tectonics
15- Topographic Morph
16- Crustal Magnetism
17- Original Impact
18- Polar Regions
19- Hydrated Minerals
20- Theikian Warming
21- New Phoenix Snow
22- Equatorial Glaciers
23- Ancient Ice
24- Continental Snow Drift

5 - Fleet



In the late 1990's and early 21st Century, a new fleet of Mars orbiters and landers, replete with state of the art surveillance equipment, began to collect much more detailed data than had previously been available and a less inert, more dynamic Mars began to reveal itself. From 1997, Mars Global surveyor, joined by Mars Odyssey in 2001, constantly monitored the planet's surface.

See: ‘Mars Mission’section on for lists of surveyors and landers, and their respective developers and researchers.
  Alan Lambert 2009