The Soyuz FG, carrying the Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft, in which Hazzaa AlMansoori, the first Emirati astronaut, will launch to the International Space Station, is emblazoned with the logo of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre and the UAE flag along with the flags of Russia and America in preparation for the historic mission.
The project, which represents a historic achievement for the nation, also sends a message of hope to youth in the Arab world: Sheikh Mohammed
Emirati astronaut reveals post flight details in a press conference
Crowning the follow-up and media coverage of the journey of the UAE’s first astronaut Hazza Al Mansouri to the International Space Station (ISS), Dubai TV has announced the coverage of the UAE astronaut’s return
We pray for Hazzaa’s success and his safe return home, tweets Sheikh Moahmed.
The UAE is consolidating its place among the makers of the future… a new achievement in the UAE's success., tweetd Sheikh Hamdan after the successful blast off of Soyuz MS-15..
Hazzaa Al Mansoori's arrival in space is a message to all the Arab youth that we can move forward and catch up with others, tweets Sheikh Mohammed.
Today, a brave Emirati son, astronaut Hazza Al Mansoori, will embark on a mission to the International Space Station, marking the country’s burgeoning space sector goals and objectives.
A crowd in Dubai erupted in cheers and applause on Wednesday as the first astronaut from the UAE launched towards the International Space Station (ISS), dubbing him a national hero.
Al Mansoori entered the history books as the first Arab astronaut in space when the Soyuz MS-15 carrying him alongside Russian commander Oleg Skripochka and Nasa astronaut Jessica Meir, docked with the International Space Station on Wednesday night.