Arab nations come out in support of Hope probe’s entry into history

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The arches fountain in the gardens of the Royal Opera House in Oman’s capital city, Muscat. (Twitter)
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Baghdad Mall Tower was lit up in red in support of the UAE’s historic journey. (Twitter)
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The Iraq Museum was lit up in red in support of the UAE’s historic journey. (Twitter)
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The Iraq Museum was lit up in red in support of the UAE’s historic journey. (Twitter)
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The Iraq Museum was lit up in red in support of the UAE’s historic journey. (Twitter)
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Updated 09 February 2021

Arab nations come out in support of Hope probe’s entry into history

Arab nations come out in support of Hope probe’s entry into history

DUBAI: Arab countries have shown their unity with the UAE as the Gulf country waits anxiously to see if the Mars Hope Probe will successfully enter the red planet’s orbit.

In Iraq the Iraq Museum and the Baghdad Mall Tower were lit up in red in support of the UAE’s historic journey.

The same happened at the arches fountain in the gardens of the Royal Opera House in Oman’s capital city, Muscat, in celebration of the probe’s arrival.

And the Nasdaq Dubai decorated it façade with images of the red planet.

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