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‎UAE reveals 'Hope Probe' mission to Mars

The probe would make the UAE the fifth country in the world to reach the Red Planet. (File photo)

Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashed, and Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, on Wednesday revealed details on the UAE’s planned unmanned mission to Mars.

The 'Hope Probe' is expected to reach Mars by 2021, which will coincide with the UAE's 50th anniversary of the union of the emirates.

Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashed, and Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates. (Faisal J. Abbas/ Al Arabiya News)

The probe would make the UAE the fifth country in the world to reach the Red Planet.

The Mohammad bin Rashed Space Center will supervise the mission.

The Mars probe will take nine months to complete the more than 60 million-kilometre (37.5 million-mile) journey to Mars, and will make the UAE one of only nine countries with space programs exploring the Red Planet.
 

 

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Last Update: Wednesday, 6 May 2015 KSA 13:00 - GMT 10:00
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