An new investigation into why Beagle 2 was lost on Mars says it might have been more successful if the government had given the project more help.
The report, written by a committee of MPs, says the government should have given the probe more money earlier.
Beagle 2 was a robot specially designed to look for life on the red planet.
The team lost contact with it on 25 December 2003. Despite loads of attempts to find it, the robot wreck has never been located.