This video is called ExoMars: Europe’s first tracks on Mars.
It seems that those tracks are now being postponed for a long time.
From the BBC:
Europe delays its ExoMars mission
By Jonathan Amos
Science reporter, BBC News
Europe is delaying its flagship space mission to Mars by more than two years.
The ExoMars rover, which will search for signs of life on the Red Planet, will not now launch until 2016 because of the high cost of the project.
The 1.2bn-euro price tag is deemed to be too high by governments, and space officials have been asked to find ways to reduce it.
1.2bn euro is indeed a lot of money.
However, let’s compare it to the far bigger sums (700 billion dollars in the USA) which European, United States, and other governments are now spending on bailing out bankers who have mismanaged the economic system. Bankers who then celebrate their bailout in posh places drinking champaign.
And think also about poverty, health care, education, the environment, etc. etc. All of which sums of money were asked for in recent years, far less than the capitalist bailout sums of now. Sums of money refused then. Far bigger sums granted to the bankers now.
Science and money in Britain: here.