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About KhalifaSat

The first satellite developed by a team of Emirati engineers in the UAE

KhalifaSat is being manufactured in the United Arab Emirates at space technology laboratories of Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) in Dubai. KhalifaSat is the third satellite to be launched by MBRSC and the first satellite developed in the UAE by outstanding team of Emirati engineers. It will become one of the most advanced satellites internationally, thanks to a number of sophisticated and updated techniques and innovations which provide high quality image services to customers across the world.


KhalifaSat launches a new platform for the national satellite industry in the UAE

KhalifaSat represents a platform for the national satellite industry as it starts a new era of advanced space industry in the UAE. It is a result of MBRSC’s efforts to establish specialised infrastructure, and to qualifying national talents capable of operating and leading advanced technological projects. Dozens of Emirati engineers are working on this satellite, giving them practical experience and knowledge to herald the launch of advanced technology industries in the UAE. The satellite payload contains scientific instruments and systems that are far more highly advanced than the previous two satellites, DubaiSat-1 and DubaiSat-2. KhalifaSat will drive the UAE towards new projects in the field of space science and advanced technical science.

Launch date in 2018... from the Tanegashima base in Japan

Once the manufacture and rigorous testing phases have been completed, the satellite will be transported to Japan for launch aboard the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries rocket – H-IIA.

When placed into a Low Earth Orbit of approximately 613km, the satellite will proceed to capture detailed imagery capable of competing with the highest industry standards. The images beamed back to Earth by KhalifaSat will be among the most detailed commercially available, with a GSD of 0.7m Panchromatic, and 2.98m GSD in four multispectral bands.


Our objective is to drive the UAE vision towards space exploration age

The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre is a Dubai government entity dedicated to space science and technology. The centre was established in 2006, and has since gone onto to undertake a number of projects all targeted at advancing the UAE’s standing in scientific and engineering disciplines, and inspiring Emirati new generations to think about innovation and creativity as the nation pushes towards a diversified, and predominantly knowledge-based economy.

KhalifaSat is the first satellite being developed in space technology laboratories in the UAE by entirely Emirati engineers. It is the third satellite owned by MBRSC following the launch of Dubai-1 and Dubai-2.

These two ambitious and demanding projects represent a huge advancement in the centre’s capabilities, and have placed MBRSC amongst the leading space institutions in the world.

From knowledge transfer to original innovation

The centre has launched two observational satellites thus far - DubaiSat-1 in 2009, and DubaiSat-2 in 2013. The centre partnered with Satrec Initiative in South Korea to build its knowledge during the design and manufacture stages of these two significant projects. However, now MBRSC stands alone. The KhalifaSat project is the first to be embarked upon independently within the centre, while the Emirates Mars Mission is also being undertaken by MBRSC.These two ambitious and demanding projects represent a huge advancement in the centre’s capabilities, and have placed MBRSC amongst the leading space institutions in the world.

HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed installed as Chairman

In July 2015, His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, was installed as the Chairman of MBRSC and the general supervisor of all the projects undertaken by the centre.

His role as the chairman led him to instruct the management to begin work on a 15-year strategic plan to develop resources, knowledge and to expand its space exploration capabilities. Sheikh Hamdan is a figure of great inspiration for those working on the KhalifaSat mission and the other projects at MBRSC, driving the centre forward with his leadership and vision.