Hope is constructing a diurnal picture of Mars' atmosphere for the first time.
The Double Moon high-tech projection was part of an extensive media campaign carried out by the UAE Government Media Office under the slogan 'Arabs to Mars' to...
The two spacecraft are planned for launch in 2024 to Mars ridesharing aboard a NASA-provided commercial launch vehicle.
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.
As part of its mission, the rover would characterise the Red Planet's geology and past climate, and pave the way for human exploration of Mars.
The Mars Ice Mapper mission will aim to detect the location, depth, spatial extent, and the abundance of near-surface ice deposits.