The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) is taking part in the Dubai Air Show 2015, which will be held on 8-12 November at Dubai World Central.
The Centre will showcase its main space projects and space technologies laboratories, satellite applications, space imaging services, and the ground station services.
Among the main projects showcased by the Centre is the “Emirates Mars Mission” – Hope Probe, which is entrusted to MBRSC for the preparation, implementation and supervision of all phases of the mission to explore planet Mars. They will also highlight the achievements of Dubaisat-1 and Dubaisat-2, which provide space imaging services, as well as KhalifaSat, the first satellite to be developed purely by Emirati nationals and expertise, in the homeland at the MBRSC space technologies laboratories.
H.E. Yousuf Al Shaibani, Director General, Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre, said that the exhibition is one of the world’s largest aviation exhibitions and the largest in the Middle East and it is an ideal platform to shed light on the Centers’ projects and objectives of encouraging scientific innovation and technological progress in Dubai and the UAE”. He noted that “the space plans and projects in the UAE reflect the wise vision of our leadership to enable the UAE to become a leading global center in the space sector”.