MAN MADE OBJECTS ON MARS

Non-exhaustive list of artificial objects that have reached the surface of the planet Mars. Some of them were incinerated upon atmospheric entry and it is not know whether their débris reached the surface or not.

Over 160 artificial objects have been identified.

COSPAR IDname typemissionquantity on surfacemassstatusdate/epoch (UTC)
1971-045DPROPULSION RING ASSEMBLYEntry injection boosterMARS 2burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryNovember 27, 1971
1971-045D4M/M-71P No.171 SA + PrOP-MMars lander + RoverMARS 2scatteredcrashedNovember 27, 1971
1971-045DPENNANTSCommemorative itemsMARS 2scatteredfixed to the landerNovember 27, 1971
1971-049EPROPULSION RING ASSEMBLYEntry injection boosterMARS 3burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryDecember 2, 1971
1971-049EDROGUE CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERSParachute coverMARS 3scattereddiscarded, impactDecember 2, 1971
1971-049EDROGUE CHUTE EXTRACTION ROCKETDrogue parachute pyroMARS 31?discarded?December 2, 1971
1971-049EDROGUE CHUTE13 m2 parachuteMARS 31discarded, still attached to main chute cover?December 2, 1971
1971-049EMAIN CHUTE TOROIDAL COVERParachute coverMARS 31?discarded, soft landing?December 2, 1971
1971-049EMAIN CHUTE140 m2 parachuteMARS 31discarded, soft landingDecember 2, 1971
1971-049EAEROSHELLHeatshieldMARS 3scattereddiscarded, impactDecember 2, 1971
1971-049EMAIN CHUTE ROCKETParachute disposal rocketMARS 31discarded, still attached to main chute?December 2, 1971
1971-049ESKYCRANETerminal landing rockets containerMARS 32?discarded, hard landingDecember 2, 1971
1971-049ETOP COVERLander top foam capMARS 31ejected on the surfaceDecember 2, 1971
1971-049E4M/M-71P No.172 SAMars landerMARS 31landed, defunctDecember 2, 1971
1971-049EPENNANTSCommemorative itemsMARS 32?fixed to the landerDecember 2, 1971
1971-049EPrOP-M TETHERED ROVER + DEPLOYMENT ARMMars rover + extendable armMARS 31?fixed to the lander, released after landing?December 2, 1971
1973-052DPROPULSION RING ASSEMBLYEntry injection boosterMARS 6burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryMarch 12, 1974
1973-052DDROGUE CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERSParachute coverMARS 6scattereddiscarded, impactMarch 12, 1974
1973-052DDROGUE CHUTE EXTRACTION ROCKETDrogue parachute pyroMARS 61?discarded?March 12, 1974
1973-052DDROGUE CHUTE13 m2 parachuteMARS 61discarded, still attached to main chute cover?March 12, 1974
1973-052DMAIN CHUTE TOROIDAL COVERParachute coverMARS 61?discarded, soft landing?March 12, 1974
1973-052DMAIN CHUTE140 m2 parachuteMARS 61discarded, soft landingMarch 12, 1974
1973-052DAEROSHELLHeatshieldMARS 6scattereddiscarded, impactMarch 12, 1974
1973-052DMAIN CHUTE ROCKETParachute disposal rocketMARS 61discarded, still attached to main chute?March 12, 1974
1973-052DSKYCRANETerminal landing rockets containerMARS 62?discarded, hard landingMarch 12, 1974
1973-052DTOP COVERLander top foam capMARS 61?ejected on the surface?March 12, 1974
1973-052D3MP/M-73P No.50P SAMars landerMARS 61?hard landedMarch 12, 1974
1973-052DPENNANTSCommemorative itemsMARS 6?fixed to the landerMarch 12, 1974
1973-052DGAMMA X-RAY SPECTROMETERScientific instrumentMARS 61?fixed to the lander, deployed on the surface?March 12, 1974
1973-052DPrOP-M TETHERED ROVER + DEPLOYMENT ARMMars rover + extendable armMARS 61?fixed to the lander, deployed on the surface?March 12, 1974
1975-075CMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverVIKING 1scattereddiscarded, impactJuly 20, 1976
1975-075CAEROSHELLHeatshieldVIKING 1scattereddiscarded, impactJuly 20, 1976
1975-075CMAIN CHUTE16.2 m parachuteVIKING 11discarded, still attached to backshell?July 20, 1976
1975-075CBACKSHELLAeroshell base coverVIKING 11discarded, soft landing?July 20, 1976
1975-075CVIKING LANDER 1Mars landerVIKING 11landed, EOM, defunctJuly 20, 1976
1975-075CFURLABLE BOOM RELEASE PINPinVIKING 11?ejected on the surface?July 20, 1976
1975-075CCHSU (COLLECTOR HEAD SHROUD UNIT)Sampler head protective shroudVIKING 11ejected on the surfaceJuly 20, 1976
1975-075CFURLABLE BOOM + COLLECTOR HEADRobotic arm + scientific instrumentsVIKING 11?fixed to the lander, set on the surface?July 20, 1976
1975-083CMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverVIKING 2scattereddiscarded, impactSeptember 3, 1976
1975-083CAEROSHELLHeatshieldVIKING 2scattereddiscarded, impactSeptember 3, 1976
1975-083CMAIN CHUTE16.2 m parachuteVIKING 21discarded, still attached to backshell?September 3, 1976
1975-083CBACKSHELLAeroshell base coverVIKING 21?discarded, soft landing?September 3, 1976
1975-083CVIKING LANDER 2Mars landerVIKING 21landed, EOM, defunctSeptember 3, 1976
1975-083CFURLABLE BOOM RELEASE PINPinVIKING 21?ejected on the surface?September 3, 1976
1975-083CCHSU (COLLECTOR HEAD SHROUD UNIT)Sampler head protective shroudVIKING 21ejected on the surfaceSeptember 3, 1976
1975-083CFURLABLE BOOM + COLLECTOR HEADRobotic arm + scientific instrumentsVIKING 21?fixed to the lander, set on the surface?September 3, 1976
1996-068AMPF CRUISE STAGEMars cruise busMARS PATHFINDER (DISCOVERY 1)burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryJuly 4, 1997
1996-068AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERSBackshell elements (mortar)MARS PATHFINDER (DISCOVERY 1)scattereddiscarded, impactJuly 4, 1997
1996-068AMAIN CHUTE12.7 m parachuteMARS PATHFINDER (DISCOVERY 1)1discarded, still attached to backshell?July 4, 1997
1996-068AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldMARS PATHFINDER (DISCOVERY 1)scattereddiscarded, impactJuly 4, 1997
1996-068ABACKSHELLBackshell + deceleration rockets + 20 m bridleMARS PATHFINDER (DISCOVERY 1)1?discarded, soft landing?July 4, 1997
1996-068AMPF LANDER (CARL SAGAN MEMORIAL STATION)Mars lander + airbagsMARS PATHFINDER (DISCOVERY 1)1landed, EOM, defunctJuly 4, 1997
1996-068AMFEX ROVER (SOJOURNER)Mars roverMARS PATHFINDER (DISCOVERY 1)1deployed on the surface, EOM, defunctJuly 4, 1997
1996-068AAPXS (ALPHA PARTICLE X-RAY SPECTROMETER)Scientific instrumentMARS PATHFINDER (DISCOVERY 1)1?fixed to the rover, set on the surface?July 4, 1997
1998-073AMARS CLIMATE ORBITERMars orbiterMARS CLIMATE ORBITER (MARS SURVEYOR '98 ORBITER)burned debris?fatal orbit insertion due to software error, incinerated upon atmospheric entrySeptember 23, 1999
1999-001AMPL CRUISE STAGEMars cruise busMARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryDecember 3, 1999
1999-001ADEEP SPACE 2 MICROPROBE 1 AEROSHELLHeatshield + backshellMARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)scattereddiscarded, impactDecember 3, 1999
1999-001ADEEP SPACE 2 MICROPROBE 1 (SCOTT)Mars impact probe (forebody + aftbody)MARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)1?LOS, hard landed or crashed?December 3, 1999
1999-001ADEEP SPACE 2 MICROPROBE 2 AEROSHELLHeatshield + backshellMARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)scattereddiscarded, impactDecember 3, 1999
1999-001ADEEP SPACE 2 MICROPROBE 2 (AMUNDSEN)Mars impact probe (forebody + aftbody)MARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)1?LOS, hard landed or crashed?December 3, 1999
1999-001AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverMARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)scattereddiscarded, impactDecember 3, 1999
1999-001AMAIN CHUTE11.8 m parachuteMARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)1discarded, still attached to backshell?December 3, 1999
1999-001AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldMARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)scattereddiscarded, impactDecember 3, 1999
1999-001ABACKSHELLBackshellMARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)1?discarded, soft landing?December 3, 1999
1999-001AMPL LANDERMars landerMARS POLAR LANDER/DEEP SPACE 2 (MARS SURVEYOR '98 LANDER)1?LOS, hard landed or crashed, defunctDecember 3, 1999
2003-022CPILOT CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 2scattereddiscarded, impactDecember 25, 2003
2003-022CPILOT CHUTE1.92 m parachuteMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 21discarded, still attached to backshell?December 25, 2003
2003-022CBACKSHELLBack coverMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 21?discarded, soft landing?December 25, 2003
2003-022CMAIN CHUTE10 m parachute and bridleMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 21discarded, soft landingDecember 25, 2003
2003-022CHEATSHIELDHeatshieldMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 2scattereddiscarded, impactDecember 25, 2003
2003-022CLANDING CUSHIONSAirbagsMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 23discarded on the surfaceDecember 25, 2003
2003-022CBEAGLE 2 LANDERMars landerMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 21hard landed, LOS, defunctDecember 25, 2003
2003-022CPAW (PAYLOAD ADJUSTABLE WORKBENCH)Robotic arm + scientific instrumentsMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 21?fixed to the lander, deployed on the surface?December 25, 2003
2003-022CPLUTO (PLANETARY UNDERSURFACE TOOL)Scientific instrumentMARS EXPRESS/BEAGLE 21?fixed to the lander, deployed on the surface?December 25, 2003
2003-027AMER-A/MER-2 CRUISE STAGEMars cruise busMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 2 (MER-A/MER-2, SPIRIT)burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryJanuary 4, 2004
2003-027AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 2 (MER-A/MER-2, SPIRIT)scattereddiscarded, impactJanuary 4, 2004
2003-027AMAIN CHUTE15 m parachute and bridleMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 2 (MER-A/MER-2, SPIRIT)1discarded, still attached to backshell?January 4, 2004
2003-027AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 2 (MER-A/MER-2, SPIRIT)scattereddiscarded, impactJanuary 4, 2004
2003-027ABACKSHELLBackshell + deceleration rockets + 20 m bridleMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 2 (MER-A/MER-2, SPIRIT)1?discarded, soft landing?January 4, 2004
2003-027AMER-A/MER-2 LANDER (COLUMBIA MEMORIAL STATION)Mars landerMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 2 (MER-A/MER-2, SPIRIT)1landed, EOM, defunctJanuary 4, 2004
2003-027ASPIRIT ROVERMars roverMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 2 (MER-A/MER-2, SPIRIT)1deployed on the surface, EOM, defunctMarch 22, 2010
2003-027AROVER IDD (INSTRUMENT DEPLOYMENT DEVICE)Robotic arm + scientific instrumentsMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 2 (MER-A/MER-2, SPIRIT)1fixed to the rover, set on the surface?March 22, 2010
2003-032AMER-B/MER-1 CRUISE STAGEMars cruise busMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryJanuary 24, 2004
2003-032AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)scattereddiscarded, impactJanuary 24, 2004
2003-032AMAIN CHUTE15 m parachute and bridleMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)1discarded, still attached to backshell?January 24, 2004
2003-032AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)scattereddiscarded, impactJanuary 24, 2004
2003-032ASPRINGSHeatshield partsMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)2?separated from the heatshield, on the surfaceJanuary 24, 2004
2003-032ABACKSHELLBackshell + deceleration rockets + 20 m bridleMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)1?discarded, soft landing?January 24, 2004
2003-032AMER-B/MER-1 LANDER (CHALLENGER MEMORIAL STATION)Mars landerMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)1landed, EOM, defunctJanuary 24, 2004
2003-032AOPPORTUNITY ROVERMars roverMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)1deployed on the surface, EOM, defunctJune 10, 2018
2003-032AROVER IDD (INSTRUMENT DEPLOYMENT DEVICE)Robotic arm + scientific instrumentsMARS EXPLORATION ROVER 1 (MER-B/MER-1, OPPORTUNITY)1?fixed to the rover, set on the surface?June 10, 2018
2007-034APHOENIX CRUISE STAGEMars cruise busPHOENIX (MARS SCOUT 1)burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryMay 24, 2008
2007-034AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverPHOENIX (MARS SCOUT 1)scattereddiscarded, impactMay 24, 2008
2007-034AMAIN CHUTE11.8 m parachutePHOENIX (MARS SCOUT 1)1discarded, still attached to backshell?May 24, 2008
2007-034AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldPHOENIX (MARS SCOUT 1)scattereddiscarded, impactMay 24, 2008
2007-034ABACKSHELLBackshellPHOENIX (MARS SCOUT 1)1?discarded, soft landing?May 24, 2008
2007-034APHOENIX LANDER + PLANETARY SOCIETY VISIONS OF MARS DVDMars lander + commemorative itemsPHOENIX (MARS SCOUT 1)1landed, EOM, defunctMay 24, 2008
2007-034ASCOOP SAMPLERRobotic arm scoopPHOENIX (MARS SCOUT 1)1fixed to the lander, inserted into the groundOctober 8, 2009
2007-034ASOLAR PANELSSolar array panelsPHOENIX (MARS SCOUT 1)2?fell on the surfaceMay 15, 2010
2011-070AMSL CRUISE STAGEMars cruise busMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryAugust 6, 2012
2011-070ACRUISE BALLAST MASS (CMBD)75 kg tungsten weightsMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)scattereddiscarded, impactAugust 6, 2012
2011-070AENTRY BALLAST MASS (EMBD)25 kg tungsten weightsMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)scattereddiscarded, impactAugust 6, 2012
2011-070AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)scattereddiscarded, impactAugust 6, 2012
2011-070AMAIN CHUTEParachuteMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)1discarded, still attached to backshell?August 6, 2012
2011-070AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)scattereddiscarded, impactAugust 6, 2012
2011-070ABACKSHELLBackshellMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)1?discarded, soft landing?August 6, 2012
2011-070ASKYCRANEDescent stage + 20 m bridleMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)1?discarded, hard landingAugust 6, 2012
2011-070ACURIOSITY ROVERMars roverMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)1landed, activeAugust 6, 2012
2011-070ACOMMEMORATIVE ITEMSCommemorative itemsMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)?fixed to the roverAugust 6, 2012
2011-070ACAMERAS AND INSTRUMENTS COVERSDust coversMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)?discarded on the surface?August 6, 2012
2011-070AROVER IDD (INSTRUMENT DEPLOYMENT DEVICE)Robotic arm + scientific instrumentsMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)1fixed to the rover, set on the surface?August 6, 2012
2011-070AALUMINUM WHEELS BROKEN PARTSAluminum partsMARS SCIENCE LABORATORY (MSL, CURIOSITY)?broke, fell on the surface
2016-017AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverEXO MARS TRACE GAS ORBITERscattereddiscarded, impactOctober 19, 2016
2016-017AMAIN CHUTEParachuteEXO MARS TRACE GAS ORBITER1discarded, still attached to backshell?October 19, 2016
2016-017AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldEXO MARS TRACE GAS ORBITERscattereddiscarded, impactOctober 19, 2016
2016-017AREAR HEAT COVERBackshellEXO MARS TRACE GAS ORBITER1?discarded, soft landing?October 19, 2016
2016-017ASCHIAPARELLI EDM SURFACE PACKAGEMars landerEXO MARS TRACE GAS ORBITERscatteredcrashedOctober 19, 2016
2018-042AINSIGHT CRUISE STAGEMars cruise busINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryNovember 26, 2018
2018-042AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)scattereddiscarded, impactNovember 26, 2018
2018-042AMAIN CHUTEParachuteINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1discarded, still attached to backshell?November 26, 2018
2018-042AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)scattereddiscarded, impactNovember 26, 2018
2018-042ABACKSHELLBackshellINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1?discarded, soft landing?November 26, 2018
2018-042AINSIGHTMars landerINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1landed, EOM, defunctDecember 15, 2022
2018-042AIDA (INSTRUMENT DEPLOYMENT ARM)Robotic arm w/ scoop, claw and cameraINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1fixed to the landerNovember 26, 2018
2018-042ASEIS (SEISMIC EXPERIMENT FOR INTERIOR STRUCTURE)Scientific instrumentINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1fixed to the lander, deployed on the surfaceDecember 15, 2022
2018-042ASEIS ENGINEERING TETHERCableINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1fixed to the lander, deployed on the surfaceDecember 19, 2018
2018-042ASEIS WIND AND THERMAL SHIELD (SEIS DOME)Dust coverINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1deployed on the surface, over the SEISFebruary 2, 2019
2018-042AHP3 ENGINEERING TETHERCableINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1fixed to the lander, deployed on the surfaceFebruary 12, 2019
2018-042AHP3 (HEAT FLOW & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES PACKAGE)Scientific instrumentINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1fixed to the engineering tether, deployed on the surfaceDecember 15, 2022
2018-042AHP3 SCIENCE TETHERCable with 14 temperature sensorsINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1fixed to the HP3, deployed on the surfaceFebruary 28, 2019
2018-042AHP3 HEAT FLOW PROBE (MOLE)Mole penetratorINSIGHT (DISCOVERY 12)1fixed to the science tether, buried 2 to 3 centimetres below the surfaceDecember 15, 2022
2020-049CMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverTIANWEN-1?discarded, impactMay 14, 2021
2020-049CHEATSHIELDHeatshieldTIANWEN-1scattereddiscarded, impactMay 14, 2021
2020-049CMAIN CHUTEParachuteTIANWEN-11discarded, still attached to backshellMay 14, 2021
2020-049CBACKSHELLBackshellTIANWEN-11discarded, soft landingMay 14, 2021
2020-049CTIANWEN-1 LANDING PLATFORMMars landerTIANWEN-11landed, EOM, defunctMay 14, 2021
2020-049DZHURONG ROVERMars roverTIANWEN-12deployed on the surface, EOM, defunctMay 20, 2022
2020-049DTW-1 REMOTE CAMERAWifi CameraTIANWEN-11deployed on the surfaceJune 1, 2021
2020-052AMARS 2020 CRUISE STAGEMars cruise busMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)burned debris?discarded, incinerated upon atmospheric entryFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052ACRUISE BALLAST MASS (CMBD)70 kg tungsten weightsMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)scattereddiscarded, impactFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052AENTRY BALLAST MASS (EMBD)25 kg tungsten weightsMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)scattereddiscarded, impactFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052AMAIN CHUTE COMPARTMENT COVERParachute coverMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)scattereddiscarded, impactFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052AMAIN CHUTE21.5 m parachuteMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1discarded, still attached to backshellFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052AHEATSHIELDHeatshieldMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)scattereddiscarded, impactFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052ABACKSHELLBackshellMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1?discarded, hard landingFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052ASKYCRANEDescent stage + 20 m bridleMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1?discarded, hard landingFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052APERSEVERANCE ROVER (PERCY)Mars roverMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1landed, activeFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052ACOMMEMORATIVE ITEMSCommemorative itemsMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)?fixed to the roverFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052AROVER IDD (INSTRUMENT DEPLOYMENT DEVICE)Robotic arm + scientific instrumentsMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1fixed to the roverFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052AADAPTIVE CACHING ASSEMBLY COVERDust coverMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1discarded on the surfaceFebruary 18, 2021
2020-052ARIMFAX ANTENNA PROTECTIVE SHIELDDust coverMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1?discarded on the surface?
2020-052ACAMERAS AND INSTRUMENTS COVERSDust coversMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)?discarded on the surface?
2020-052AINGENUITY DEBRIS SHIELDDust coverMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1discarded on the surfaceMarch 21, 2021
2020-052CINGENUITY (GINNY)Mars droneMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1deployed on the surface, rotor blades damage, EOM, stand-by modeJanuary 25, 2024
2020-052CSMALL PIECE OF WRIGHT FLYER'S WING COVERINGCommemorative itemMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1attached underneath Ingenuity's solar panelApril 3, 2021
2020-052CINGENUITY ROTOR BLADES RESTRAINTSStrapsMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)?discarded on the surface?April 8, 2021
2020-052AFLIGHT ABRADING BITTitanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1discarded on the surfaceJuly 20, 2021
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #1 (SERIAL #261, MALAY)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceDecember 21, 2022
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #2 (SERIAL #184, MAGEIK)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceDecember 23, 2022
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #3 (SERIAL #?, CROSSWIND LAKE)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceDecember 29, 2022
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #4 (SERIAL #233, ROUBION)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceJanuary 4, 2023
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #5 (SERIAL #284, COULETTES)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceJanuary 6, 2023
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #6 (SERIAL #266, MONTDENIER)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceJanuary 10, 2023
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #7 (SERIAL #259, BEARWALLOW)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceJanuary 13, 2023
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #8 (SERIAL #279, SKYLAND)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceJanuary 18, 2023
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #9 (SERIAL #264, ATSAH)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceJanuary 20, 2023
2020-052ASAMPLE TUBE #10 (SERIAL #188, ARNALIK WT)Titanium tubeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1left on the surfaceJanuary 28, 2023
2020-052AINGENUITY ROTOR BLADECarbon fiber rotor bladeMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)1?broke, fell on the surface 15 m SW of IngenuityJanuary 18, 2024
2020-052AINGENUITY ROTOR BLADES TIPS BROKEN PARTSCarbon fiber partsMARS 2020 (PERSEVERANCE)2?broke, fell on the surfaceJanuary 18, 2024