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The UAE has announced that it will send a mission to the moon by 2024


Dubai (NNI) The United Arab Emirates has announced that it will launch a spacecraft to the moon by 2024. The Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai Rawa Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum announced via Twitter that the UAE is developing a moon vehicle Which will land on the moon in 2024 and make new discoveries in areas of the moon that have not been possible in previous human missions.

The data from this mission will be exchanged with research centers and institutions worldwide. The ruler of Dubai did the same

He announced that the vehicle sent to the moon would be named after his late father Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum. He said that 100 percent of local engineers would manufacture the vehicles for the mission. Earlier, the UAE had announced a mission to Mars called Amal (Hope).

It should be noted that if the UAE succeeds in its mission to reach the moon, the United States, the former Soviet Union, and China Later it will be the fourth country to reach the moon. Earlier missions to the moon by India, Israel, and Japan have failed.

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