The Prime Minister and the Vice President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, have said that their country will send a spacecraft to the moon in 2024. He made this announcement on Twitter on Tuesday (September 29). If the test was successful, the UAE would be the fourth country to send a spacecraft to the moon. Qatar-based Al Jazeera reports.
On Tuesday, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum wrote on Twitter, made A lunar rover built in the UAE will hit the moon in 2024. It will land in a place where people have never raided before. ‘
The UAE Prime Minister further said that the rover will be named after the late father Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum Rashid. It will be built on the country’s land by the country’s engineers.
Earlier, vehicles sent by the United States, China and the former Soviet Union were able to land on the moon. Attempts by India, Israel and Japan to send lunar missiles have failed.