The Emirates Airport Agency and Mohammed bin Rashid's Space Center have confirmed that the United Arab Emirates Mars Research Center, the United Arab Emirates Exploration Center, has confirmed that it will be deployed in January. Beginning in mid-July 2020, the orbit of the Red Planet begins in the first quarter of the year 2021. The Golden Jubilee Year of the Kingdom.
The two parties announced in a joint statement that the first "major project" of this type of Arab exploration project was to explore another planet. Beginning in the second half of July 2020, it is called the "Resources window" and it is time for the investigator to go to Mars. When the Earth and Mars planets revolve around the sun, and they are directly in contact with them, it only occurs once every two years when the test is able to find the Earth's orbit. .
The investigation begins at the Tangishima Space Station on the southern island of Japan, where a rocket launcher, similar to the one used to launch satellites, takes seven to nine months to reach Mars.
In order to recharge the batteries, the space probe must change from time to time to direct the solar panels to the solar system and make contact with those centers and control centers.
This unique project will be coordinated with the Red Planet Earth mission for the first time in a global science community space mission to collect data on Mars' atmospheric surfaces and study the causes of the loss of hydrogen and oxygen gas. The “incentive test” is expected to send new information about Mars to 1000 GB (GB).
Minister of Higher Education and Higher Education Dr. Ahmed bin Abdullahi Hamid al-Philois, chairman of the Emirates Space Agency, said that the Arab Spring is a historic Arab and Islamic discovery. The events are taking place with the help and guidance of wise leaders and Zodi Boys who seek to elevate the UAE's top name among the stars to explore other major planets in the universe.
He said the United Nations hopes to "keep in expectation" since the founding of the United Nations, saying that the United Nations has entered into an international space competition and has taken the lead in developing countries in this challenging and complex field. , They only enter the countries where the flag is purposeful and their children have ambitions, challenges and success.
Mohammad bin Rashid Rashid, chairman of the Space Center, said Hamad Osman al-Masuri on his part said the recent preparations are now under one year. The important scientific information from the international scientific community is of great importance and will contribute to enhance our understanding and knowledge of the Red Planet and to bring this knowledge to future generations.
He said the United Arab Emirates as a whole is inspired by his commitment and commitment to developing the UN role in the field, especially in the field of international affairs.
He pointed out that the investigation is a journey of imagination and hope and that the participation of UAE scientists and engineers to build and develop the knowledge of the UAE space sector will be passed on to future generations.
He said the "Hope of Hope" project has opened to various science academies for various fields of science and has contributed to the development of the space technology sector in the region and as a vital part of the renaissance. And indirectly, many new discoveries will emerge that serve humanity and improve the quality of life.
Engineer Mohammed Nasser al-Abibbi, director general of the UAE Agency, said that it would ensure the best of the nation's infrastructure and technologies and technologies until the final stages are completed. Local youth focusing on this great work.
"This is the project of the purpose of the Arab and Muslim banner to elevate the world, restore the dignity of our forefathers and ensure our contribution to humanity."
“The Hope of Hope” To ensure that it is ready before July 2020, “we need to make sure that we are ready for it. It tests five local environmental tests, which are launched in June and run until the end of December ”.
The five environmental tests to be carried out in the “hope of hope” include vibration testing, infection testing, electromagnetic compatibility, temperature control, vacuum testing, and shock testing.
The "Hope" Research Mission is an integrated image of Martin's atmosphere throughout the day at various events around the world. The scientific objectives of the research have been determined with the International Science Society and other missions. "Mars".
A scientific research team comprising of 10 Emirati qualifications from members of the globe from around the world will work to answer questions about the Red Planets and to transmit knowledge between the United States and the world, based on data from ongoing research. "The sound of hope."
The investigation collects more than 1,000 gigabytes of data from the planet. The data is professionally managed and analyzed in the nation's scientific data center The scientific team analyzes the first available catalog of human data. His open engagement with interested science communities around the world.
There are only 26 missions to reach the Red Planet from the United States, Europe, Japan, and others. By July 2020, they will be among the nine countries around the world to explore Mars.
Muhammad Bin Rashid is responsible for the implementation of the Emirates Space Search project and the implementation and monitoring of a variety of science, education and awareness initiatives.
The Center will oversee all phases of the design, implementation and dissemination of space research by 2020. The project aims to spend 7 to 9 months to get into the red planet's ruins by 2021 by the Emirates Agency, which is funded and monitored. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the US Jubilee
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Cell Center, in collaboration with the academic international partners involved in the research process, is sponsored by the Colorado Laboratory's Environmental Laboratory and Space (LPS), Arizona Earth and Space University, and the Knowledge Transfer Program at the University of California, Berkeley. He is working in collaboration.