UAE again postpones Mars probe launch over weather

Credit: WorldNews- Published on July 15, 2020
DUBAI - The United Arab Emirates said on Wednesday it would delay the launch of its "Hope" Mars probe for a second time, again due to bad weather. The probe was originally due to be launched from Japan on Wednesday but had...
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The UAE's Hope probe will study the planet's weather and climate, in order to learn about its past.

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