The programme is designed to prepare and train Emiratis to travel to space for various scientific missions.
A gargantuan mission calls for an exceptional vision. The UAE is blessed with a leadership that believes the journey of development will always remain a race for excellence.
South Korea’s space industry and Korea Aerospace Research Institute, KARI, have been closely cooperating in the development of Earth observation satellites with the UAE over the past ten years
Representatives from Abu Dhabi Airports greeted the delegation at the VIP Terminal and congratulated them on the successful launch of the Hope probe on 20 July from the Tanegashima launch pad in Japan.
The UAE will mark the 50th anniversary of its unification with "Hope", an unmanned spacecraft expected to reach its target in February after being launched on July 15 from Japan's Tanegashima Space Centre.
Mohamed Bin Zayed congratulated the Emirati people on Al Neyadi’s selection for the mission, noting that the UAE has become the 11th country in history to participate in a long-term mission to space.
SpaceOps 2023 will bring together world-class scientists, practitioners, engineers, and leaders in the space industry
With a growing number of young nations and the proliferation of private sector players developing space capabilities, the need for international co-operation and collaboration in the development of the space sector has never been more pressing. That’s the message behind a new global forum taking place later this year: the Abu Dhabi Space Debate.
In less than 90 hours, Emirati astronaut Hazzaa Al Mansoori takes off for the International Space Station, much to the cheer of a new spacefaring nation, UAE.
The prime crew continued their preflight preparations at the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The main crew include Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka (commander), NASA astronaut Jessica Meir (flight engineer) and space flight participant Hazzaa Al Mansouri (UAE).