Orbital Space Moon Mission!

EXPERIMENT ON THE MOON
Launching in 2024

This will be the first private Moon mission from the Arab region and the second lunar mission from the United Arab Emirates. 

Following the steps of the MBRSC's Emirates Lunar Mission to send UAE's first lunar rover Rashid for lunar exploration purposes and continuing with its initiatives to make space accessible to all, Orbital Space is announcing a new opportunity to send an experiment to the Moon. 

The Challenge

We are seeking ideas. Propose an idea for an experiment or a test to be conducted on the moon. The experiment or test hardware must fit within a container with maximum external dimensions of 100 x 100 x 100 mm and a total mass of 200 g.

To avoid biological contamination on the Moon, biological experiments are not allowed 

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Why should you be excited about this competition?
  • Opportunity to learn how real scientists conduct their experiments

  • You can explore a topic that interests you and learn about the environment on the Moon

  • Learn how science experiments in space are conducted

  • The uniqueness of the Moon’s environment can enable the development of something new which is not possible to be developed on Earth

  • University Admissions departments love this! It’s also a great project to reference in job interviews

Purpose of the Mission
  • To encourage and empower individuals to develop, design and conduct scientific experiments

  • To increase awareness about space missions and space environment and its potential impact on humanity

Who is Eligible

The competition is open to anyone from any country age 18 or older participating as an individual or as a team. Younger individuals can be a part of the team as long as at least two members are 18 or older.  Individual competitors and teams may originate from any country. No specific qualifications or expertise in the field is required. We encourage non-expert individuals and teams to compete and propose new ideas.

Silver Steel Plate

HOW TO TAKE PART

01

Form your team and put your idea together

02

Submit your idea by
December 16, 2022

03

Winning idea announced
January 31, 2023

04

Winners work to
prepare their experiment
throughout 2023

05

One Year - Testing

06

Experiment to launch to the moon in 2024