The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center has announced that the launch pad of the DMSAT 1 satellite will be postponed to 10:07 am UAE time for the second time tomorrow, Monday, instead of today.
Adnan Al Rays, director of the DMSAT1 program, senior director of the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center’s remote sensing department, said: “An emergency event that could affect the launch schedule of satellites is possible, and large projects like this depend heavily on external factors.
He added: “Our teams overseeing the DMSAD1 Environmental Satellite Project have extensive experience in this field and are fully aware of the mechanisms for dealing with these emergencies, and the launch has been postponed until tomorrow (Monday), with all necessary If it is not available, the launch window will be available until March 30. If so, the launch of the moon will be possible within the next ten days if appropriate conditions are met, and if the missile is not delivered within 10 days, the missile will be transferred to clean rooms, the satellite will be inspected and a new launch site will be determined. Will recharge it first. “
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