Venturing into space has almost often been a moment of creating history, irrespective of which country is involved. Very recently, however, UAE announced plans of sending the first Arab Probe to Mars by 2021. Several other Muslim countries, including Malaysia and Pakistan, have developed space capabilities, that are becoming at par with space programs of other developed countries. Iran’s Manned Space Program has also created quite a stir in the space arena, by delving into several possibilities as well as several controversies.
It is clear, that space is one avenue, that the entire world is running after to excel in. The Muslim World is not far behind, as several Muslim countries have launched their space programs, their satellites and many Muslim astronauts have ventured out into the infinite realm of space.
This time around, Muslim-Science.com tries to capture a unified picture of Space Exploration in the Muslim world, by offering an incredible gist of the past, present and future of space exploration in the Muslim world. Muslim-Science.com presents, a unique compilation of the Muslim Space Scenario:
Muslim Satellites launched:
Muslim Space Programs:
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