Bahrain’s landmarks lit up in red in tribute to UAE's Hope Probe success

Bahrain’s landmarks lit up in red in tribute to UAE's Hope Probe success
Bahrain’s landmarks lit up in red in tribute to UAE's Hope Probe success

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - MANAMA — Landmarks in Bahrain lit up this evening in red, to salute the success of the UAE Hope Probe in reaching its Mars orbit, a first in the Arab world.

The initiative was in tribute to the UAE Emirates Mars Mission (EMM), saluting the success of the Hope Probe in reaching the Red Planet successfully, following a seven-month space voyage.

The UAE Hope Probe lifted off from the Tanegashima Island in Japan on July 20, 2020, on a 493.5 million kilometer-long journey. — BNA


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