By now you’ve probably noticed that our space station has been disappearing for some time now.
A couple of years ago, we discovered that it had gone silent in orbit for the first time since its inception.
Then in November of 2017, we lost a second satellite to a rocket failure.
But there have been some mysterious disappearances before, too.
And the latest one is one of the strangest.
In the past few weeks, it has been reported that a third satellite was lost, too, with some saying that it may be an “unexplained” signal.
The satellite was named the Mars Express, and is thought to have been orbiting Mars since 2012.
It was carrying the first of a number of small, high-altitude solar-powered satellites called Mars One, which were designed to deliver basic supplies to people on Mars.
These satellites, and a number that were still in orbit, were lost when a SpaceX rocket exploded shortly after liftoff on November 9.
That rocket, however, didn’t go into orbit.
The reason it didn’t reach its intended target was unknown at the time, and so the US space agency, NASA, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) didn’t investigate it until last week.
According to a statement from NASA, they’ve now received a report that the spacecraft is safe.
So why is it missing?
The Mars Express is the only spacecraft that the agency has used to study Mars since it was launched.
However, it’s a very old satellite, with the first launch being in 2006.
It’s been in orbit since 2014, and according to NASA, it will only be in space for a little over a year before it’s no longer needed.
The latest report from the agency doesn’t explain what happened to it, or why it’s been missing for so long.
According the NASA statement, it was in a “safe” orbit around Mars, so NASA could collect data and send out robotic probes to study the Red Planet.
It would also be very useful for the agency to have a mission that could actually be used to look at Mars in detail.
It will be interesting to see what happens to the Mars One spacecraft once it’s in orbit.
It launched last year, but it hasn’t been in a safe orbit for quite some time, so it’s likely that it could be sent out of the solar system again soon.
The last time we heard about it was back in November 2017, when the US Federal Aviation Agency announced that the rocket that had launched the Mars probe had crashed in the Pacific Ocean.
There are no signs that the capsule that was sent to Mars had any distress signal.
NASA did note that the Mars Orbiter Mission, which was supposed to send a robot to the Red Moon, failed to do so, so we might never know why the Mars mission went missing.
It has also been speculated that the satellite may have been destroyed by a rocket explosion, and that the US government is trying to find out why.
NASA’s statement said that “it is now believed that this object was not a part of the Mars expedition, but rather may have crashed in deep space, or that the object was destroyed by an explosion.”
The mission that sent the Mars probes to Mars, Mars One (a non-profit organization that hoped to send humans to Mars), and Mars One 2 was cancelled, so there was no way for the Mars satellites to go on their missions again.
We’ll have to wait and see if we’ll ever find out if these mysterious disappearings are a result of something else.
What do you think?
Do you think it’s the Martian satellites or a malfunction of the rockets that caused the missing satellites?
Or maybe the satellite that crashed could be the Mars Opportunity rover, which is set to land on Mars on September 1.