Emirati astronaut Hazzaa Al Mansoori has safely returned to Earth following his eight-day mission on board the International Space Station (ISS) and, yes, the UAE is on cloud nine
It was a moment of great joy for all us in this country, to see Emirati astronaut Hazzaa Al Mansoori return to earth, after his successful space mission. His stay in space was brief
As the historic moment nears I am extremely happy for the Emiratis. Yes, astronaut Hazzaa carries both the nation’s dream and the UAE flag to the International Space Station for the world to see
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..
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.
The UAE and the Arab world are on cloud nine, and rightly so. Emirati astronaut Hazzaa Al Mansoori, 35, has successfully taken off onboard a Soyuz rocket from Kazakhstan to script history by becoming
To an earthling, the world of outer space is beyond the pale of understanding, too esoteric, too ineffable. It can stoke his curiosity no end – and frissons of thrill.
It’s Dec.2 and the glorious country’s 48th National Day has immersed the entire population in joy. Peace and prosperity are people’s ultimate dreams anywhere in the world
The average age of applicants is 28, with the youngest applicant at just 17 years old and the oldest, 60. A majority of the registrations have come from Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah.