DUBAI // The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre on Wednesday launched the first Arab scientific magazine dedicated to space science for children throughout the Arab world.
The Red Planet aims to inspire youngsters about science and stimulate creativity and innovation.
The magazine is characterised by its simple writing style that simulates the minds of a young audience and presents space science in a fun, interactive and simple way, said its publishers.
Mona Al Qemzi, assistant director general at the space centre and managing editor of The Red Planet said: "MBRSC has a long-term planned strategy that aims to build a future generation in science in general and space specifically, to have future scientists and specialists who will continue our journey in space and advanced technology".
The bimonthly magazine will be distributed at children’s education centres, libraries, universities, astronomy and space sciences centres.