Hope Probe completes first trajectory correction manoeuvre, moves towards Mars orbit
The Emirates Mars Mission (EMM) the first interplanetary mission undertaken by an Arab nation, today announced the successful completion of TCM1 - its first trajectory correction manoeuvre and a major milestone for the mission as the Mars Hope probe continues its 7-month journey to Mars.
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Hope probe marks Arab world’s first interplanetary mission
DUBAI: On July 20, the UAE’s Hope spacecraft began its journey to Mars, taking off at 1:58 a.m. from the Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. It has since travelled over 2.47 million kilometers into a 493 million kilometer, seven month journey, after which it is scheduled to reach Mars in February 2021, marking the 50th anniversary of the UAE. The probe was scheduled to launch on July 15, but was delayed due to unstable weather conditions. The date of July 20 marked the third launch date for the probe.