NASA is always in the limelight when we talk about the future of space exploration, but scientists in the United Arab Emirates, with their bold, exciting plans for Mars, have made it clear that their space program deserves to be taken just as seriously.
With the recent announcement of the United Arab Emirates for their new giant science city – designed to simulate a Martian colony – and their plans for a colony on the Red Planet by 2117, the small but incredibly prosperous land of 9.27 million people, Those who sit in the Persian Gulf have undeniably become a breeding ground for high-risk, high-profit innovations.
At the Global Aerospace Summit in Abu Dhabi, UAE leaders and various other space companies have come together for a discussion on what's next, and the consensus is that space technologies here on Earth and in the cosmos are massive
But what is the most important concept earthlings can acquire from space missions? Scientists say it manages our resources on our home planet.
"There are some important interdisciplinary aspects of space that we need to develop, including renewable energy, solar panels, agriculture, and psychology," Dr. Ahmad bin Abdullah Humaid Belhoul Al Falasi, Chairman of the UAE Space Agency
"Sustainability is critical and we have developed successful projects here, for example 1
Dr. Al Falasi also pointed out that the United Arab Emirates have already made strong advances in communication and remote sensing, both in space and on Earth.
Most of the citizens of the United Arab Emirates tell of scientific education
"We see people are more and more involved with STEM education," Dr. Ahmad bin Abdullah Humaid added Belhoul Al Falasi. "We had three generations of the same family for the Astronaut Program – a grandfather, father and son who shows the tremendous excitement and inspiration the space sector has."
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