Emaar Dubai said on Twitter, “A towering tribute to an out-of-this-world achievement. Congratulations to Sultan Al Neyadi on his upcoming space mission! #BurjKhalifa…”
The Emirati wrote on Twitter, “A month ago, we launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida and began our journey into space.
Since then, we have witnessed more than 450 sunrises and sunsets, and made significant progress in the experiments and research for our mission. United with my crew, we continue to work towards achieving our scientific goals.
Sultan Al Neyadi said on Twitter, “From space, I salute earth. I salute our homeland and its leaders. I salute all those who carried Zayed’s Ambition in their hearts and aim high to the sky. The dream has come true and now we dream bigger.”
The question was about the reason for the change in the movement of an object in space. At the beginning, Al Neyadi praised the followers’ interaction with the question, stressing that many of them answered it correctly.
Emirati astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi will create history by doing the first spacewalk by an Arab astronaut on April 28. The Emirati astronaut, who has already made history by embarking on the longest Arab space mission for 6 months.
Salem Humaid Al Marri, Director General, Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre said, “The UAE Astronaut Programme was launched in 2017, and this is our second mission making the UAE the 11th country globally to launch a long-duration astronaut mission to the International Space Station.
Kimbrough captioned the post, “Happy Valentine’s Day! Hope you enjoy these heart shapes I found from @iss on planet Earth. Albuquerque Cay off of Columbia and Love Lake in Dubai #nasa #iss #valentines.”
The UAE astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi on Tuesday shared a breathtaking video of Egypt from the International Space Station (ISS) and extended his greetings to the warm people of Egypt.
Emirati Astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi shared picture of planet earth from the International Space Station with the landscape of the UAE clearly visible.