Hazzaa Al Mansoori
"Seeing someone like Al Mansoori go up there makes me feel that he carries a part of my dream with him. Its hard to put this feeling into words so maybe by creating this picture of him is my way of thanking him for it. I’m proud of what he has accomplished," said Alapide.
The UAE astronaut Hazza Al Mansouri, the first person from the United Arab Emirates in space, started his journey on Sept.25 on an MS-15 spacecraft to the International Space Station
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