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An image of Mars taken by the Hope Probe.
The UAE’s Hope Probe has shared images of solar system and planets as it moves towards its objective, Mars.
Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, shared two images by the Hope Probe.
Sheikh Mohammed said, “Images taken by the UAE’s Hope Mars Mission, stating that the probe has travelled more than 100 million kilometres into its journey so far.
“The images show the probe having passed Jupiter and Saturn, with Mars ahead of the probe and in sight.”
On Aug. 17, the Hope Probe had successfully completed its first trajectory correction manoeuvre - a major milestone in its journey to Mars.
This was marked the first firing of the probe’s six Delta-V thrusters, for course correction that will see the probe directly targeting Mars’ capture orbit.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid took to Twitter and said, “Today I met my brother Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed… We discussed a group of homeland issues… and we informed Sarah Al Amiri, President of the Emirates Space Agency, about the team’s latest preparations for the arrival of the Hope probe to Mars on February 9 after a flight of 493 million km...
The team took as many as 825 photos to perform calibration of the scientific equipment of the probe to ensure that they are operating efficiently.
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The image was taken from an altitude of 24,700 kilometres (15,300 miles) above the Martian surface on Wednesday, a day after the probe entered Mars' orbit, it said in a statement.
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