Nuseir Yassin explains things about the Arab world.
Famous Vlogger Nuseir Yassin, who runs channel ‘Nas Daily” shared a clip on the UAE Hope Probe.
Nas Daily said on its Facebook page, “The Arabs are leaving the earth!
Here is what this phrase means:
For many centuries (ethnic) Arabs have had a bad reputation and I know why.
For this reason, I cannot be happier to share this great achievement of the Arabs. That's why Nas Daily created — that's what I want everyone to know.
Thanks to people from the United Arab Emirates for helping me make this video and thanks to Hope Mars Mission for your time and efforts.
Tomorrow, I'm going to show you more from this wonderful country (and how I travelled here despite Covid-19)”
The Hope Probe is the first Arab space mission to Mars, scheduled to blast off on July 15 on a mission to unravel from above the weather dynamics in the Red Planet's atmosphere.
The unmanned probe named Al-Amal — Arabic for Hope — is to take off from a Japanese space centre, marking the next step in the UAE' ambitious space programme.
Hope will take seven months to travel the 493 million kilometres to Mars, in time to mark the 50th anniversary of the emirates' union in 2021.
Yassin makes videos on social-cultural issues and has travelled across the world to share stories of people.
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