The launch of the UAE’s Hope to Mars agreement will be a defining moment for the whole country, said his High Commissioner Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Governor of Dubai, on Wednesday.
Not only that, it will be a reduced time between two different periods – the last 50 years of the UAE and the next 50 years, he wrote on iTouch.
Sheikh Mohammed said the evidence that Hope is the reward for the country’s 50-year journey of human development.
“Today, we see the rewards, and we are all happy, and we should be proud of our people and celebrate their achievements with the world.”
The probe of hope is expected to be launched on July 15. The 495,000,000km flight to Mars will start at 00:591 UAE time (05:51:27, Japan time) from Japan’s Tanegashima Space Center.
On Tuesday, the Dubai Media Office of the Government posted on Twitter to post photos of the H-IIA (F42) launching car to take over the project on Mars. The photos show engineers using the final touch on the rocket as it is ready for launch.
It is expected that the investigation will reach the Red Planet in the first quarter of 2021, which marks the 50th anniversary of the prosecutors’ union in 1971.