The launch of DMSat-1 has been additionally postponed to March 22, the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC) has reported in a tweet.
More subtleties will be reported without further ado, the authority said.
The Dubai Municipality and the MBRSC were at first completely set to launch DMSat-1 from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 10.07am on March 20.
The launch date was subsequently changed to March 21 because of a flood in voltage, the Russian space agency Roscosmos had reported.
It was to take off to space locally available a Soyuz 2.1 rocket launcher.
The miniature environment checking satellite will identify the wellspring of air pollutants and grouping of residue and its effect on public health in the UAE.
Weighing just 15kg, DMSat-1 can perform undertakings done by a lot bigger satellites.
A group of specific architects and project supervisors from the MBRSC has been posted at the launch site at Baikonur since February 25.
The satellite was put on the launch rocket Soyuz 2.1a on March 7 for introductory arrangements and tests.
These tests were led until March 12.
The satellite, which was fabricated in year and a half, will be equipped for concealing a region of to 80,000 square kilometers every day.
Data will be put away on the installed stockpiling framework and downloaded to MBRSC’s ground station.
The launch of the satellite fortifies the UAE’s execution of the Paris Climate Agreement, which requires the nation to create data on ozone depleting substance discharges and construct national abilities to contemplate global warming.
On a neighborhood level, the DMSat-1 looks to ascertain the pace of carbon dioxide emanations corresponding to GDP as laid out in the Dubai 2021 Plan.