February could be called a red-letter month, as three missions to the Red Planet saw fruition during this period. The UAE showed the way, with a lot of Hope. It was the Hope Probe that was the trailblazer. Its entry into Mars’ orbit on Tuesday evening made international
Yas Island, Abu Dhabi’s premier leisure and entertainment hub, lit up in red to commemorate the journey of the Hope Probe to Mars, as the intra-planetary vessel is due to reach the red planet on February 9th.
The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary exploration undertaken by an Arab nation, on Saturday announced it will enter Mars’ orbit at 7.57pm GST on the Feb.9, 2021.
After hurtling hundreds of millions of miles through space since last summer, three robotic explorers are ready to hit the brakes at Mars. The stakes - and anxiety - are sky high. The United Arab Emirates’ orbiter reaches Mars on Tuesday, followed
Two giant 100-metre cranes and 40-metre screen made the moons visible from long distances allowing people to see what the probe sees.
Expo 2020 Dubai will use its cutting-edge projection and display technology to illuminate Al Wasl dome in a rich red hue, to celebrate the UAE’s Hope Probe reaching the Mars orbit on 9th February.
When Sarah al-Amiri was a child growing up in Abu Dhabi with a fascination for space, her young country seemed light years away from reaching for the stars.
The limited-edition design is made from the world’s first ‘Martian Ink,’ extracted from volcanic basalt rocks that give Mars its distinct rusty colour.
The UAE made history on Tuesday evening, Feb.9, as the first Arab nation, and the fifth in the world, to reach Mars after the Hope Probe successfully entered the Red Planet’s orbit on, at 7:42pm.