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The sky is no limit to the space aspirations of the United Arab Emirates: Sheikh Mohammed after the launch of Rashid Rover

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, said that the sky was no limit to the space aspirations of the UAE. “Reaching the moon is an exceptional milestone in the country’s ambitious journey, and its people’s aspirations are out of bounds,” Sheikh Mohammed wrote on Twitter.

Dubai and Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed, Deputy Prime Minister, Finance Minister and other officials were present at the event.

We look forward to leaving an Arab footprint on the surface of the Rashid Moon.” Thanks to Team @MBRSpacecentre for introducing Rashid Rover and raising the UAE flag in space. “The Lunar Survey Indicates the historical start for the project.

The sky is burning across the launch at Cape Canaveral, Florida, when the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket was thrown with 163 tonnes, the Rashid Rover was delivered in space in space. Months are expected to last.

The rocket exploded in the United Arab Emirates at 11.39 am from the 40-foot launchers, a base-operated launch complex operated by the US space force. The rocket split from the rocket 35 minutes after the landlord lift-off of Ispay, then began its separate journey to the moon.

SpaceX’s reusable Falcon 9 booster company’s drone landed safely, eight minutes after the lander delivered the space into space. Last year, the United Arab Emirates announced a five-year study of the main asteroid belt, an asteroid landing and Venus Fly. The destination release date is fixed to 2028.

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