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It is supposed to raise the name of the emirates "in the sky" - and may have some earthly problems in the shadow, making unpleasant headlines.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) let himself train the first Arab woman for astronaut. Nura Al-Matruschi had been selected together with a colleague of more than 4,000 applicants for a program of NASA's US Space Authority, the Emiratian Vice President and Emir of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed is Raschid Al-Maktum on Twitter. "We are counting on the name of the emirates in the sky."
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We Announcement The First Arab Female Astronaut, Among Two New Astronauts, Selected from Over 4,000 candidates to be trained with nasa for future space exploration missions. Congratulations Noura Al Matroshi and Mohammed Al Mulla.- HH Sheikh Mohammed (@hhkmohd)
Al-Matruschi, which was born in 1993, studied mechanical engineering and was in the youth delegation of the United Nations, as the sheikh on his website announced . The two budding astronauts would be trained at the Johnson Space Center in American Houston in Permanent Space and Space Research. Also a stay on the International Space Station ISS is part of the training.image polish in weightlessness
According to the Emiratic Space Program, one third of the candidates for the NASA training program were in cooperation with UAE women. The selection was made in a multi-level procedure, among other things with intelligence tests, medical examinations and interviews.
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The launch will be streamed in the early hours of Friday morning ET, and the crew should arrive at the ISS just hours later.The mission, called Soyuz MS-18 for Roscosmos and Expedition 65 for NASA, will see one NASA astronaut, Mark Vande Hei, and two Russian cosmonauts, Oleg Novitskiy and Pyotr Dubrov, launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan aboard a Russian Soyuz 2 rocket.
The emirates drive their space program intensively. Thus, as the first Arab country. Behind it should also be the efforts to attract investors from abroad and to polish . According to critics, human rights in the Gulf State are severely limited. Women are disadvantaged in the legal system, for example with marriage, divorce and inheritance matters.
for international headlines made the handling of the ruling house in Dubai with two daughters of the Sheikh.is held in a villa according to its own statement after a failed escape attempt in February 2018. Only on Friday, the once again demanded a sign of life from her and direct access, "to speak free and alone with her," as a spokeswoman explained. The same demand also applies to an older sister Latifas, which was kidnapped in the British Cambridge in 2000 and returned to Dubai.
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