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UAE Mars probe could help battle climate change on Earth

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UAE Mars probe could help battle climate change on Earth

UAE Mars probe could help battle climate change on Earth

While orbiting Mars, the Emirati ‘Hope’ probe will collect data that may help us understand planet Earth’s changing climate.


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