During the aerospace event held in Dubai later this month, the researchers will continue to talk more deeply about the new findings.Emir Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE, and ruler of Dubai has shared a new photo of Mars taken by the Hope probe. The good news of the Emirates Mars Mission project doesn’t just stop with the image sent back from space, but also with the higher-than-expected oxygen levels in the Martian atmosphere and many other interesting data. The UEA was the first Arab country to launch a probe to Mars, setting off a string of other future space missions.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has begun sending the Hope’s data to scientific institutions around the world.Hope’s mission is to study the upper and lower atmospheres of Mars. In the coming weeks, the UAE will continue to publish the findings of the Hope vessel. For now, the research community and science buffs will still be happy to analyze the thousands of images that Hope has sent back, in the hope of helping humanity better understand the Martian surface. You can download this data from the following link.
After stabilizing in orbit around Mars on February 9, the rover began to investigate the concentrations of gases present in the upper layers of the Martian atmosphere. The air in this area is composed of hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon monoxide. The higher than expected amounts of oxygen and carbon monoxide atoms surprised the researchers.
“The new observations include an unexpected finding that we believe will have an impact on the way we model Mars today, thereby changing the way we understand the behavior of the atmosphere. Mars,” said Hessa Al Matroushi, the lead researcher of the United Arab Emirates Space Agency’s (UAESA) current Mars research project.
“Simply, we didn’t expect to see a structure of such scale and complexity.”The new discovery has helped scientists better understand the past, present and future of Mars, build a more accurate model of Mars, and learn about ancient life that may have formed on Mars. a planet that once had water. In addition, the data shows that high concentrations of oxygen in the air can also cause disturbances in the atmosphere.
Scientists working on the Emirates Mars Mission will share all the data at the international aerospace event held in Dubai later this month. Before the Hope spacecraft sent back valuable data, the UAE also announced its intention to probe Venus and seven objects in the Asteroid Belt.