Samarbejdspartnere

Fra 2002 blev Mars-gruppen anerkendt som et dansk samarbejdslaboratorium (RCL) i ESA's Mars Express kontekst.

Dr. Niels Harrit, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen (and Symbion) Fluorescence-experiments
Morten Bo Madsen, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen Magnetic capture of dust particles for The NASA Athena Missions (Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity)
Dr. Helmut Lammer, Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Graz Mars sample analogue spectroscopy
Professor Örn Helgason, Professor Sigurdur Steinpósson, Dr. Leó Kristjánsson, Science Institute, University of Iceland, Reykjavík Mössbauer spectroscopy, mineralogy, paleomagnetism
Assoc. prof. Christian Bender Koch, , Department of Chemistry University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Mössbauer spectroscopy, mineralogy
Dr. Níels Óskarsson, The Nordic Volcanological Institute, Reykjavík Volcanic material mineralogy
Charles Cockell, British Antarctic Survey, UK Bacterial response to UV radiation
Frances Westall, CNRS, France Fossilization of microorganisms

Dirk Schulze-Makuch, Zentrum für Astronomie und Astrophysik,Technische Universität Berlin

Survival and activity of Microbes in Martian surface soil
Ralf Møller, DLR Cologn Effect of saltation on spore survival
Walter Goetz, Max-Planck-Institute für Sonnensystemforschung, Göttingen Effect of saltation on spore survival
Walter Goetz, Max-Planck-Institute für Sonnensystemforschung, Göttingen Mars mineralogy and NASA., MOMA project
Hellenic Technology of Robotics; Athens, Grece DUSTER project. Dust removal from solar cells
European Space Agency, ESTEC, The Netherlands Wind tunnel and dust technology
NMR-lab Florida? NMR analyses on methane/mineral bonds
Association Culturale Italien Mars Society ERAS, European Mars Analogue Station
Kayser Threde GmbH, München Dust support and Wind tunnel tests
Inge Ten Kate, Dept. of Earth Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Mars Organic Components
Samuel Kounaves, Department of Chemistry, Tufts University, USA Perchlorate in Martian surface materials
Tue Hassenkan, Nano-Science Center, Department of Chemistry, Copenhagen University

Carbon compounds on mineral surfaces

Mars meteorite internal surfaces