United Arab Emirates plans to send unmanned spacecraft to moon from here 2024, a senior Emirati official said on Tuesday. This is the latest gamble in the space sector of this Gulf country which launched its first mission to Mars last July.
After march, the emirates aim for the moon. The Gulf country on Tuesday announced the launch of a lunar mission from here 2024. This new bet in the space sector could make it the fourth nation on Earth to land a spacecraft on the Moon.
The announcement was made by the UAE Vice President and Emir of Dubai, cheikh Mohammed ben Rachid al-Maktoum. "We have launched an Emirati project to explore the Moon", he wrote on Twitter. "It will be an Emirati-made lunar rover that lands on the surface of the moon from here 2024. »
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