A new date for the Emirates Mars Mission has been announced

The first Arab mission to Mars was scheduled for lift off on July 15, but was delayed due to bad weather conditions
A new date for the Emirates Mars Mission has been announced
Sheikh Mohammed and Sheikh Hamdan at the MBR Space Centre as the Hope Probe is installed, which is signed by UAE Rulers and Crown Princes.
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A new date has been announced for the first Arab mission to Mars. Hope Probe will take off from Japan on 17 July.

What is it the Emirates Mars Mission? 

The Hope Mars Mission, also called the Emirates Mars Mission, is the first uncrewed, interplanetary satellite spearheaded by the United Arab Emirates. The Hope Probe will be the first probe to provide a complete picture of the Martian atmosphere and its layers when it reaches the red planet's orbit in 2021. It will help answer key questions about the global Martian atmosphere and the loss of hydrogen and oxygen gases into space over the span of one Martian year.

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••• ‏فريق #مسبار_الأمل في اليابان يعمل على مدار الساعة لإنجاز الاستعدادات الأخيرة للإطلاق وفق جدول زمني محدد بدقة، وجملة مهام اختبارية متصلة على مدى 50 يوم عمل، يتناوب عليها أعضاء الفريق وفق منهجية تعدد المهام والمهارات. The #HopeProbe team in Japan is working round the clock to complete the final preparations for the launch of the mission adhering to a strictly defined schedule. The team members are working in shifts and multitasking on a set of continuous testing operations over the course of 50 days. #HopeMarsMission #العرب_إلى_المريخ

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When is the UAE Mars Mission? 

The first Arab mission to Mars is scheduled for lift off on July 17.

How can you get involved? 

For the first time ever, the 10 second countdown will be in Arabic instead of English. You can join team Cosmo by using the Mars Mission Snapchat filter to film your countdown. 


3, 2, 1... Emirates Mars Mission is the 1st ever Arab mission to another planet. Hope Probe lands on Mars in 2021. Good luck! ##marsmission2020 ##fy All About Cake - kyleyoumadethat