The United Arab Emirates have launched ‘Amal’ into space for its first solo mission to Mars.

In a first for the Arab world, the United Arab Emirates has successfully launched a spacecraft set for a seven-month solo mission to Mars.
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    1. Canada does….a very large and sophisticated one that is decades old with lots of accomplishments. We dont have a launch vehicle or launch program of our own but if you paid attention to this video you will see that this UAE satellite was launched by Japan on a japanese rocket.

    2. @mrpotatohead and hisfantastic eyebrows Do you live in a cave? China has a robust space program, unfortunately its goal is to facilitate global domination.

    1. I think that they going there to select stoning rocks for use in their country…Sad but probably true…

    1. While entering what? It’s a Mars orbiter, duh. That means it will be doing circles above the planet, going around and around, never touching anything solid.

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