MUHAMMED Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC)

MUHAMMED Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC)

  • About Us

    Established by the Dubai Government in 2015, the (MBRSC) Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre 

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  • Our Strategy

    To be recognized globally as a center of excellence in the field of space science and technological innovation.

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  • Our Projects

    Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre's (MBRSC)  space program is striving to make the UAE an internationally recognized hub for pioneering space systems and for innovative

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  • Our Services

    We now have two fully-functioning satellites in orbit, both of which have been specifically engineered to function as Earth Observation 

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  • Entaliq Program

    Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre’s (MBRSC) Entaliq Scholarship oers -nancial support to eligible high school graduates.

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  • Khalifasat

    Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre’s (MBRSC) third and most technologically advanced satellite.

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  • Atlas

    The Atlas of the UAE is a composite of satellite images taken by DubaiSat-1

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  • RSAC 2014

    Remote Sensing Application competition to conduct scientific research and comprehensive study in designing and implementing state-of-the-art applications for the use of Earth Observation images acquired by DubaiSat-2.

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  • HAPS

    The HAPS system combines between the benefits of a satellite, in terms of altitude and applications, and an aircraft, in terms of re-usability and coverage

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  • PanGeo

    The PanGeo Alliance is the first global alliance of Earth Observation satellite operators

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United Arab Emrates leads way with planned mission to Mars

The ambitions of the United Arab Emirates run high, way above the skyscrapers. The tiny emirate is thinking big and aims to take the lead in space exploration. Or, as they say … the new goal is the planet Mars. The UAE Space Agency was born as recently as July 2014, but it has already presented last May to the Mohamed Bin Rashid Space Centre, the first space mission entirely planned and managed in the tiny gulf state. In this Centre, researchers are building the “Al Amal” …

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Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSpaceCentre)


“I feel that the UAE has a strong wish to independently launch satellites, DubaiSat1 and DubaiSat2 are good examples of their desire. It’s very important that the government provides funding for such projects as you need to have the politics behind you, as well as a good idea and the ability to implement it. All these three points are brought together through Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre”

Dr Rainer Sandau, Director Satellites & Space Applications IAA