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ExoMars set for Mars rendezvous after communications failure

The ExoMars 2016 mission is set for its rendezvous with the Red Planet on October 19. On Sunday at 4:42 pm CEST (14:42 GMT), the Schiaparelli module successfully separated from the Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO), and Monday morning at 4:42 am CEST (02:42 GMT) the orbiter executed a crucial course correction after a heart-stopping glitch that caused the spacecraft to lose communications with Earth.
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