The Hope Probe’s Mars Orbit Insertion (MOI), the most critical phase of the mission, will last an uninterrupted 27 minutes.
Once the mission succeeds, the Hope probe will provide the first-ever complete picture of the Martian atmosphere.
The probe has already covered 60% of its journey, equivalent to 290 million kilometres in 111 days since its launch on July 20.
Hope Probe is travelling at a cruise speed of 121,000km/hour, but it will reduce its speed to 18,000km/hour as it gets closer to Mars.
The probe is expected to reach its scheduled Mars Orbit Insertion (MOI) in February 2021.
The Mars Orbit Insertion (MOI) of the Hope probe is scheduled to take place early in February 2021.
The image shows a tiny white dot labelled as Mars amidst the black vastness of space.