Al Ameri successfully completes the first Emirati space simulation mission

The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center reported the successful completion of the first Emirati space simulation mission, and the exit of astronaut Saleh Al Ameri, after eight months of isolation, from the ground complex at the Medical and Biological Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.



We congratulate the crew and thank them for their efforts, as they faced the challenges of isolation, including limited contact with family and friends.

Al-Rais added: The global nature of the international scientific research program at the unique “Sirius 21” ground station is very important because it enables scientists from all over the world to unite their efforts to support the space exploration process.

The pioneer of space simulation, Saleh Al-Amiri, said: I feel proud and proud after the success of the mission, and I dedicate this achievement to our wise leadership.

Al-Amiri added: We spent 240 days in the service of the country, and I thank all those in charge of the mission, and I thank my colleague Abdullah Al Hammadi for all the support he provided me.

For his part, the UAE Ambassador to the Russian Federation, Dr. Mohammed Ahmed bin Sultan Al Jaber, spoke about the country's participation in the international scientific research program in the unique "Sirius 21" ground station, and about the UAE's global partnerships in the space sector.

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