'Tomorrow we celebrate our 50th anniversary through our arrival to Mars, God willing. We celebrate the fruit of the efforts exerted by the late Sheikh Zayed and Sheikh Rashid to build mankind,' tweets Sheikh Mohammed.
The UAE hit another historic milestone after the Hope Probe successfully entered the Red Planet’s orbit on Tuesday evening. It is an outstanding achievement considering that UAE is only the fifth country after the US, Russia, China, the EU and India to
The UAE Space Agency announced that 10 winners have been selected to join the Arab Space Pioneers Programme’s inaugural edition, the first intensive scientific training programme of its kind in the Arab world.
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.
Exploring space seems to come naturally to the UAE. It has made outer space a major venue for mapping groundbreaking scientific research. The first this month was the landmark Hope Probe entering the orbit of the Red Planet. Now comes
If there is one unique quality that the UAE has, it is that it not only dreams new goals and ambitions, but also follows it up like nobody does. Few countries can do that. Take the Dubai Metro for instance. In 2004, five consortiums were selected to build
"Ever since I was five years old, I've dreamed of travelling to space. On July 20th, I will take that journey with my brother," Bezos, who is one of the richest people in the world, said in an Instagram post.
The Blue Origin capsule carrying Jeff Bezos and three others landed in the West Texas desert after crossing the frontier of space and back, the company's live broadcast showed.
The Republic of the Philippines and the United Arab Emirates diplomatic relations are now 47 years old and in efforts to continually fortify this, not only for the benefit of their respective citizens but for the entire humanity as well, a Space Cooperation has been initiated by the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi.
Under the supervision of the UAE Space Agency, a research team from Khalifa University of Science and Technology developed a new gyroscope with a precise electromechanical system and a magnetometer.