@r3gex explanation of the colours here https://t.co/XcEEuSq5da — ESA (@esa) October 16, 2016

VID: #ExoMars explained: from separation today to landing 19 Oct https://t.co/qtzyKfkr7K — ESA (@esa) October 16, 2016

At 16:42 CEST today, #ExoMars @ESA_EDM separates from @ESA_TGO for 3-day coast to #Mars Updates from @esaoperations: https://t.co/B8RAWTxWoV pic.twitter.com/zjjBV8X8jH — ESA (@esa) October 16, 2016

@HackneyTools Schiaparelli is a technology demonstrator for future safe landings, active max 3 days – read: https://t.co/m8ah3pk2Gz — ESA (@esa) October 16, 2016

A look back at our week in images https://t.co/MxDLW66lR6 pic.twitter.com/xCfRCsPQaq — ESA (@esa) October 16, 2016

@DPTBW @roscosmos yes he was there for #cometlanding — ESA (@esa) October 15, 2016

We are saddened to learn of the death of Klim Churyumov, who discovered #Rosetta’s comet #67P with Svetlana Gerasimenko https://t.co/4HE2MIq9Pk — ESA (@esa) October 15, 2016

#Space has never been so close to EU citizens. With @esa astronaut @FrankDeWinne, BE authorities & citizens. #euspaceexpo #EUSpaceStrategy pic.twitter.com/eeomwPeN4V — Maroš Šefčovič (@MarosSefcovic) October 14, 2016

.@ESA sends probes to comets & other planets, but it can also help urban planners. How? https://t.co/iFVkDd347o #Habitat3 #Senegal @theGEF pic.twitter.com/gxptsJwxjV — World Bank Cities (@WBG_Cities) October 14, 2016

@top1percentile livestreaming of separation tomorrw & landing 19th, details: https://t.co/xPVTf9U5ol — ESA (@esa) October 15, 2016