UAE Space Agency and Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre announces that 85% of Hope Probe project completed
Published: April 23, 2019
The UAE Space Agency and Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) have recently announced that 85% of the Hope Probe project has been completed. Hope Probe is an ambitious dream project of UAE to send a mission to Mars. Hope Probe is scheduled to be launched in July 2020. With a successful launch, UAE hopes to become the first Arabic and Islamic country to make the Mars Mission dream a reality. The Hope Probe has been developed in accordance with Mars Exploration Programme Analysis Group (MEPAG), the global scientific community which is working on Mars exploration and coordinated with international entities to ensure the best results. The objectives of the Emirates Mars Mission will be to add to the global efforts to explore space and the surrounding planets. For the first time, a Mars exploration project will be able to take a global picture of the Martian atmosphere. It will do so by taking an integrated picture of the atmosphere throughout the day and for a long period of time, helping to create a better understanding of the planet’s atmosphere in different seasons of the year.
Topics: Book:Mars • Exploration of Mars • Hope Mars Mission • In spaceflight • Mars • Mars program • Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre • Mohammed Nasser Al Ahbabi • Outer space • Spacecraft • Spaceflight • United Arab Emirates Space Agency