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UAE’s Hope Probe traces dust storms on Mars

DUBAI: The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary exploration was undertaken by an Arab nation, is returning a number of unique observations of Martian dust storms, providing an unparalleled depth of information and insight into the way in which these storms evolve and spread across huge swathes of the planet. Hope provides a powerful platform […]...Read More

Emirates Mars Mission releases the second batch of scientific data to the world

DUBAI: The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary mission undertaken by an Arab nation, has released the second tranche of observations to a global audience of scientists, researchers, educationalists and enthusiasts. Over 76 GB of raw data has been uploaded to the EMM Science Data Centre and is available athttps://sdc.emiratesmarsmission.ae as part of the second batch […]...Read More

There may not be life on Mars as per scientists

A meteorite from Mars that’s over 4 billion-year-old that caused chaos here on Earth decades ago actually has no evidence of ancient, primitive Martian life, after all, scientists reported recently. In the year 1996, a NASA-led team reported that organic compounds in the rock appeared to have been left behind by living creatures. Other researchers […]...Read More

Emirates Mars Mission initial data gives insights about Martian environment

DUBAI: The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary exploration undertaken by an Arab nation recently released unique new images of Mars that challenge the existing conceptions of how the planet’s atmospheric gases behave and interact. Taken by the Mars Hope probe’s EMUS instrument, the observations show dramatic variations in the concentrations of both atomic oxygen […]...Read More

A piece of rock that could tell stories!

After last month’s empty attempt, NASA’s Mars rover may have successfully gathered its first rock sample.  Adam Steltzner, the Mars rover Perseverance rover’s chief engineer, called it a perfect core sample. “I’ve never been happier to see a hole in a rock,” he tweeted on Thursday. However, NASA later stated that it was waiting for […]...Read More

Emirates Mars Mission marks the busy first year

DUBAI – The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary exploration undertaken by an Arab nation, today marking a year since the mission’s launch from Tanegashima Space Centre in Kagoshima Prefecture, southwestern Japan on 20th July 2020. The mission has not only performed nominally across all areas, but has exceeded its anticipated performance, encompassing a range […]...Read More

Emirates Mars Mission captures global images of Mars’ discrete aurora

DUBAI – The Emirates Mars Mission, the first interplanetary exploration undertaken by an Arab nation, today released the first global images of Mars in the far-ultraviolet, providing new insights into the discrete aurora phenomenon in Mars’ nightside atmosphere. The images have revolutionary implications for our understanding of the interactions between solar radiation, Mars’ magnetic fields […]...Read More

Region’s first virtual campus on a space station in orbit around mars

The virtual campus offers an unrivaled educational experience in the region, provides an inclusive, interactive environment for learners Immersive reality expert and Forbes columnist Charlie Fink inaugurates new learning space with a presentation on the role of AR and VR in business The virtual campus is built upon the multi-awarding winning ENGAGE platform from industry-leading […]...Read More