Sultan Al Neyadi's mission will start on February 26 and include 20 scientific experiments

The Director General of the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center, Salem Humaid Al Marri, speaking during the press conference on the Crew-6 mission, stated that the next mission, in which the Emirati astronaut, Sultan Al Neyadi, will participate in 20 scientific experiments from UAE universities, in addition to educational and awareness activities.

He added during the press conference to introduce the Crew-6 mission: We launched the first mission to the International Space Station in 2019, and it achieved its goals and inspired hundreds of thousands of people.

Al Marri: Today, Sultan Al Neyadi is fully prepared, as he completed 5 years of training with his colleague Hazzaa, which included spacewalk missions and operations aboard the International Space Station.

A live press conference from the "NASA" channel to talk about the developments of the Crew-6 mission, in which the Emirati astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi participates, which is considered the first long-term mission for Arab astronauts.

Joel Montalbano, International Space Station Program Manager, NASA, talks about the launch date of the Crew-6 mission on February 26 and touches on the participation of Emirati astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi, during the mission introduction press conference.

Kathryn Lueders, Associate Administrator, Space Mission Operations Administration at NASA Headquarters in Washington, speaks about 6-Crew mission partners during the mission introduction press conference.

Steve Stitch, Commercial Crew Program Manager, Johnson Space Center, NASA: The launch date for the mission is set for February 26 at 11:07 a.m. UAE time.

There will be 3 launch opportunities through which we can successfully dock with the International Space Station.

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