The UAE became first Arab country and fifth in the world to reach the Mars after the Hope Probe successfully entered the Red Planet’s orbit on Tuesday. Dr Raja Al Gurg, President of the Dubai Business Women’s Council (DBWC) told Gulf Today
The club will be hosting a series of virtual reading sessions featuring a number of exciting books about space and the solar system.
It said regional winds may be interacting with the elevated topography of the huge shield volcano Alba Patera to create bright and dark “stripes” in the North Polar Hood.
The first data set received significant interest from scientists, researchers, and space enthusiasts. During the first ten days of the publication of the data on the project’s website, around two terabytes of data, including 1.5 terabytes of images, were downloaded.
The Mars Atlas Project combines different images that the Hope probe is producing to map out the planet’s surface. The result is a holistic view of Mars and stunning images of a planet that once held very similar conditions to Earth.
The mission by Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre plans to send a rover named Rashid to the Moon in aboard ispace's Hakuto-R lander.
Sheikh Mohamed exchanged friendly conversations with Al Neyadi and his family, and expressed his pride in the UAE people, who continue to develop their skills and decorate UAE's track record with new qualitative achievements.
The Emirates Mars Mission (EMM), the first interplanetary exploration undertaken by an Arab nation, has made first observations of a new type of proton aurora around Mars.
Mohamed Bin Zayed said, "The Emirates Lunar Mission translate our confidence in moving forward in the field of space. It is a great confirmation that the historic achievement of the "Hope Probe" was only the beginning of the UAE journey of space exploration.
President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan is an inspiration for the people of United Arab Emirates, his visit to Emirati astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi at his home in Umm Ghafa, Al Ain to check the preparations for long term mission to ISS is highly laudable (“Mohamed Bin Zayed visits Emirati astronaut Sultan