UAE assures their full support to ISRO after recent Chandrayaan-2 mission

The Director General of the UAE Space Agency, Dr Mohammed Al Ahbabi has come up with a great support for India after its unsuccessful attempt to land the Vikram lander on to the moon. Dr Mohammed Al Ahbabi said that losing the contact with the Indian spacecraft, Chandrayaan-2 that was scheduled to land on the moon is not an end to the success.


Dr Mohammed Al Ahbabi said that it is indeed a new space experiment that proves India is one of the greatest space power and he extended his all support from the UAE Space Agency and the UAE.

Dr Mohammed Al Ahbabi also made the statement on his official Twitter handle. The UAE Space Agency has also stated that they will be giving full support to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) following the loss of their contact with the Chandrayaan-2 lander, which was expected to land on the moon.

The UAE Space Agency said that India is one of the most strategic player in the space sector and also helps them in the developments and achievements. After ISRO lost contact with its prestigious moon lander Vikram on September 7, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was seen cheering a lot of Indian space scientists and engineers for their hard work and dedication.


He also told them not to lose their heart over this latest developments related to the ambitious Chandrayaan-2 mission. PM Narendra Modi said that India is extending all their supports to the scientists at ISRO and also termed them as exceptional professionals who have made astonishing contributions towards the progress of the nation.

He said that India is proud of the scientists who gave their best to make India proud. He said this in English and Hindi, while he was addressing the whole nation from the lunar mission control center at ISRO's tech hub.

by Ricky Tandon | Mon, Sep 09 - 10:39 AM

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