The probe’s digital camera captured three ‘blue, green and red’ visible spectra, which represented a precise and detailed picture of the red planet’s...
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The probe will complete one orbit of the planet every 55 hours and will capture a full planetary data sample every nine days.
The mission’s two-year science data collection will formally commence on May 23, 2021, with data being made available globally in October.
The launch was supervised by a team of officials and engineers from MBRSC and Dubai Municipality.
Data collected from Dubai's first miniature environment-monitoring satellite will detect the source of air pollutants and concentration of dust and its impact...
One month after reaching Mars orbit, the Hope probe completes the commissioning and testing phase.
MBZ-SAT, named after Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, is expected to be launched in 2023.
Entry of Hope probe into Red Planet’s orbit marks the success of Arab world’s first interplanetary mission.
The Hope Probe’s Mars Orbit Insertion (MOI), the most critical phase of the mission, will last an uninterrupted 27 minutes.