The UAE "Hope Probe" has entered Mars orbit and began collecting data

February 14, 2021
The UAE "Hope Probe" has entered Mars orbit and began collecting data The UAE "Hope Probe" has entered Mars orbit and began collecting data

Dubai United Arab Emirates:- The Emirati "Al-Amal probe" succeeded in entering the orbit of Mars and sent the first pictures it took of the red planet, according to the established time plans.

According to the Emirates Mars Exploration Project, the "Probe of Hope" will collect 1,000 gigabytes of data on the planet, to be used in global science and the space sector.

The image shows the three volcanoes close to the equator on Mars, namely the "summit of Skrios", "the summit of Pavonis" and "the summit of Arsia".

The "Hope Probe" succeeded in taking the first image of the planet Mars via the "E X I" digital exploration camera. It is a digital camera specialized to take high-resolution color images of the planet Mars, and is also used to measure ice and ozone in the lower layer of the atmosphere, and it is one of the successful innovations designed specifically to achieve the goals of the probe in studying the atmosphere of the red planet.

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