The astronaut Hazza Al Mansouri communicated with the public at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center via live broadcast from the International Space Station (ISS) yesterday for the second consecutive day since his arrival at the station last Thursday.

In response to a question about the procedures followed if an astronaut on the International Space Station, any disease, said Mansouri;

On the way and quantity of food at the station, Mansouri said: meals are accurately calculated, and there is a stock of food aboard the International Space Station, and food arrives at the station every two weeks.

Al-Mansouri stressed that sleeping on the International Space Station is fun, and the astronaut can sleep safely
Hazza Al Mansouri added: “I do not have enough free time.

The International Space Station was built by international agreement in 1998 and was inhabited by astronauts in 2000.