Business is booming.

UAE’s Rashid Rover will touch down on the moon on April 25

0 12

Dubai: A high-ranking official revealed on Monday that the UAE’s Rashid Moon Rover will land on the moon’s surface on April 25.

The Japanese Lander carrying the Rashid Rover has traveled 1.6 million kilometers, according to Salem Al Marri, director general of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre, and is expected to make a “shallow landing” on April 25.

He was giving a presentation at a Plenary Session on the first day of the 17th International Conference on Space Operations (SpaceOps 2023) in Dubai.

Al-Marri gave an overview of the UAE’s space programs and the most recent information regarding the Emirates Lunar Mission.

As I speak, we are traveling to the Moon, Al Marri stated.

“Around 1.6 million kilometers have been covered. And right now, we’re keeping an eye on the Japanese lander, hoping it will touch down softly on April 25.

The second phase of the Hakuto-R Mission 1 lander’s mission has begun, according to Ispace, the firm that manufactured it.

The company had stated, “The lander is now on a trajectory to the Moon with a scheduled landing for the end of April 2023.

SpaceOps is hosted by MBRSC for the first time in the Arab world, under the theme “Invest in Space to Serve Earth and Beyond”.

SpaceOps will bring together participants from the global space sector from March 6–10, 2023.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.