The Emirates Mars Mission is a planned space exploration mission to Mars set to launch the Hope orbiter on 17 July 2020, after being delayed from the original 15th-July set date
The Mars Hope Probe is an autonomous spacecraft built by the UAE. It is due to launch in July 2020 and reach the Red Planet in February 2021. Scroll through to see more amazing unmanned space probes from around the world.
The UAE’s Hope spacecraft was scheduled to blast off today (July 14) from Tanegashima Space Center in Japan aboard an H-IIA rocket before the weather interfered. The launch is now targeting Thursday (July 16) at 4:43 p.m. EDT (2043 GMT), according to a statement from the mission’s official Twitter feed.
You can watch the launch live courtesy of the UAE Space Agency and the Dubai One news channel directly via the two organizations YouTube channel here.
The UAE Space Agency and the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre, in collaboration with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, have announced that the new launch date for the# HopeProbe to Mars – the first Arab interplanetary mission- will be on Friday 17th July, 2020. #HopeMarsMission pic.twitter.com/2pI0kFrrv4— Hope Mars Mission (@HopeMarsMission) July 14, 2020
اطلعت على الاستعدادات النهائية لاطلاق أول مسبار عربي إسلامي لكوكب المريخ … يفصلنا أسبوعين عن أول مهمة عربية للكوكب الأحمر .. ترقبنا لهذه اللحظة عظيم .. وفخرنا لا يوصف .. وإيماننا بشبابنا يزيد يوماً عن يوم … #العرب_إلى_المريخ pic.twitter.com/TBrhvrVs6N— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) July 1, 2020
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