Last February, the United Arab Emirates succeeded in placing(“ Hope ” in English) around Mars, a first for an Arab country. responsible for overseeing the In Martian terms, it clarifies the ambitions of the small Gulf state spatial. This Tuesday, October 5th, the country announced that it wanted to send a probe to you lies in the between March and collect data on its composition. Scientists believe these boulders could hold valuable information about the origin of ours .
مسيرتن مج مجمج ام تز بد بد بد ورحocket مستمرة ..ولديندين علم فض فض فض فض فض فض فضفض .. وإذا لم نتحرك اليوم فمتى؟ pic.twitter.com/RSGcXhPZQy
— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) October 5, 2021
The project is targeting a 2028 launch for a 2033 landing. The spacecraft must fly over firstthen to take enough of the earth to reach an asteroid some 560 million kilometers away. During its five-year journey, the probe will study seven more asteroids, and once it reaches the last asteroid, it will stay there until its batteries run out. Discussions are still ongoing about the choice of asteroid and the measurement equipment that the probe will carry. ” We can carry out this mission thanks to the experience with Hope “, explains the agency AP , President of the United Arab Emirates Space Agency and Minister of Technology. The agency will be collaborating with the laboratory of for this project Atmosphere and Space from the University of Colorado.
The UAE’s space ambitions are growing. The country also plans to send a mission to the United Statesin 2024 and has set a goal within a century. More and more countries plunge into the adventure of space. The African Union established a space agency based in Egypt in 2017 and is expected to be operational in 2023. Saudi Arabia has announced plans to invest $2.1 billion in its space program by 2030.