"The Truth Behind The UAE’s Two-Moon Phenomenon" - Project Blue Beam coming soon?
"To mark the historic moment that the UAE Hope Probe reaches Mars’ orbit, residents were provided with a glimpse of what it would be like on the Red Planet… With the two moons of Mars appearing mysteriously in the night sky of Dubai.Whilst some residents claimed that the strange circular formations in the sky could be the result of extra-terrestrial activity, they were revealed in fact to be the result of a spectacular projection, created to mark the historic moment the UAE Hope Probe enters Mars’ orbit.Mars has two moons – Phobos and Deimos – and so using the latest technology that has never before been used in the Middle East, the images of these two moons were projected into the night skies in Dubai… with no explanation.Two giant 100-meter cranes and an advanced 40-meter screen were also used to make the moons appear realistically in the sky and visible from long distances. The idea was to create a way that allows everyone to see what the Hope Probe is capturing 500 million miles away Residents were at first left baffled by the two mysterious rock-like formations, with footage going viral across social media. The mysterious sighting brought the whole of the UAE together – from generation to generation – as the details behind the two moons were revealed, educating people further about the wonders of the Red Planet.People gazing up into the night sky were able to see what it would be like on the Red Planet, coinciding with the momentous occasion of the Hope Probe entering the orbit of Mars.The activation is set to educate future generations about the space mission, with the sense that one day in the future we might be able to live on this planet.The stunt was created to mark the historic mission of the UAE’s Hope Probe, which entered Mars’ orbit at 19:57 GST (15:57 GMT) on Tuesday 9th February 2021, following a 493,500,000 km seven-month journey. This great feat – completed on time, on budget, and in a 6-year programme as opposed to a usual 10-year development time – will make the Emirates the fifth player to ever reach Mars"