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Al Mansouri advises UAE students to achieve dreams through excellence and perseverance in study

2019-09-27T22:13:10.646Z

The first Emirati and Arab astronaut to the International Space Station, Hazza Al Mansouri, interacted with Emirati students via a live broadcast from the International Space Station to the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center yesterday, where he answered a number of their questions, stressing the need to put the person who wishes In access to th



The first Emirati and Arab astronaut to the International Space Station, Hazza Al Mansouri, interacted with Emirati students via a live broadcast from the International Space Station to the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center yesterday, where he answered a number of their questions, stressing the need to put the person who wishes In reaching his dream space into practice, by studying and full readiness.

A crowd of citizens and residents of different ages, yesterday, to the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center, to follow the first live broadcast of the UAE astronaut Hazza Mansouri, from the International Space Station.

"Food is the same as we eat on Earth, but it is difficult to eat in space, because the quantities are limited, either food or water," Mansouri said. The need to prepare food in a certain way, and must be very attentive, because of the lack of gravity, so as not to fly food, stressing the importance of not eating too much in space ».

In response to another student, about the work on the International Space Station, and how to receive it, Mansouri said: «The station is a place for scientific experiments, especially about changes in the bodies of astronauts, and on certain devices, pointing out that while talking Through live broadcast, he is conducting a scientific experiment on the impact of zero gravity on the human body, and will conduct other experiments during the remaining days of his trip, including the study of the impact of gravity on the bones and organs, and fluids in the body.

He added that the astronauts on board the station received him and his American and Russian colleagues warm reception, pointing to the cooperation between a number of astronauts on board the station of different nationalities, and languages.

Working in a zero-gravity environment, Mansouri said he was very happy. “I am just floating, and in this case you feel like a dream. A simple push can change your place, so the astronaut learns how to move. "In this new environment."

Al Mansouri pointed out that after his departure to the International Space Station, he saw the globe, what he felt with him a state of happiness for what he sees from the white clouds and land, mountains, seas and oceans, and what increased his happiness that he saw the United Arab Emirates from above, where he saw the Palm One of the landmarks of the state «This is my dream in childhood come true», stressing that the astronauts were waiting for the moment they pass over the UAE.

In response to a question from the child, Mariam bin Jerash, on his advice to anyone who wants to become an astronaut, Mansouri said: «The first step for anyone who wants to become an astronaut, is to dream of that, and then put the dream in front of him to achieve the study starting from Home, he is the first supporter of his children, and then support the school, and this person must be outstanding in his study, and is healthy, and seeks to excellence in work without forgetting the role of health fitness and get the support of parents », pointing out that the astronaut does not require a qualification Scientific specific, but if he holds a qualification in engineering disciplines, that would be better.

Al-Mansouri had sent a voice message to the earth station upon arrival at the International Space Station.

Hazza Al Mansoori, the first Emirati astronaut, began carrying out the scientific missions on board the International Space Station (ISS), after he arrived safely at the ISS at 2 am and 12 minutes UAE time on Thursday, aboard the Russian Soyuz MS15 spacecraft. , With the crew of the Russian astronaut Oleg Scripochka, and US astronaut Jessica Mir.

The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center, that the program Mansouri, in its first day was rather short; because of the arrival of the spacecraft to the International Space Station late. He began his day after taking a break by praying, then communicating with the ground station in Moscow, where he spoke with the ground team, informed them of his daily schedule, and also spoke with Dr. Hanan Al-Suwaidi, the astronaut doctor, who follows his health during his time in space. Al-Mansouri also recorded on the first day a short film and recorded his diary for 15 minutes. The UAE astronaut then began the experiments he carried with him from the schools of the UAE within the «Science in Space» initiative, launched by the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center, in cooperation with «Nano-Rax», and the participation of 16 schools from the UAE.

Al Mansouri conducts these experiments aboard the International Space Station in a microgravity environment, and the results are then sent to Earth for comparison with the results of parallel experiments conducted on the ground to build a basis for comparison between the two different environments. It is the product of the UAE's first manned mission to space.

The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center showcases the food served by astronaut Hazza Al Mansouri at the International Space Station.

A film documenting life on board

Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center reported that Hazza Al Mansoori continued his second day with Dr. Hanan Al Suwaidi, the astronaut doctor, who is following his health during his time in space.

Al Mansouri recorded a one-hour film documenting the life of the International Space Station and its components, as well as the activities of the astronauts and a 15-minute diary.

Mansouri conducted an experiment on the dynamics of fluids in space, to verify the behavior of liquids under the standard gravity coefficient (gra-gravity), where the first part of the experiment dealt with technological issues related to the leakage of liquids during movement in space, while the second part monitor the disruption of the wave capillary layer Liquid in a low-gravity environment.

Al Mansouri conducts these experiments aboard the International Space Station in a microgravity environment. The results are then sent to Earth for comparison with the results of parallel experiments conducted on the ground to build a basis for comparing the two environments. Of the Emirates into space.

Mansouri:

"Simply put, I float, and in this case you feel like you're dreaming."

"Food is the same as on Earth, but the way in space is difficult."

- "The station is a place for scientific experiments on changes in the bodies of astronauts."

Hazza Al Mansouri program in the first two days at the International Space Station

He started his day after taking a break by praying, then communicating with the ground station in Moscow, where he spoke with the ground team and told them his daily schedule.

2 Talk to Dr. Hanan Al-Suwaidi, the astronaut's doctor, who follows his health during his time in space.

3 The Center noted that Mansouri also recorded on the first day a short film and recorded his diary for 15 minutes.

4 The UAE astronaut then carried out the experiments he carried with him from the UAE schools as part of the «Science in Space» initiative, launched by the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center, in collaboration with «Nano-Rax», and the participation of 16 schools from the UAE.

5 Mansouri conducted an experiment on the dynamics of fluids in space, to verify the behavior of liquids under the standard gravity coefficient (gra-gravity), the first part of the experiment dealt with technological issues related to the leakage of liquids during movement in space, while the second part monitored the capillary wave disturbance on the surface Liquid layer in a low gravity environment.

Source: emara

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