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UAE to send space explorer to ISS

DUBAI: The United Arab Emirates reported on Friday it will send a space traveler on a six-month mission to space, as it looks to turn into a key part of the industry.

The affluent Gulf country marked “another consent to send the primary Arab space explorer on a long 180-day mission to the International Space Station”, tweeted UAE’s VP, Dubai ruler Sheik Mohammed canister Rashid Al-Maktoum.

A space explorer from an Arab country will make a beeline for the International Space Station (ISS) for a drawn outstay one year from now out of the blue, assuming all works out as expected.

The Houston organization Axiom Space reported today (April 29) that it has marked an arrangement with the Mohammed canister Rashid Space Center (MBRSC), the space office of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to fly a UAE space explorer to the circling lab on SpaceX’s Crew-6 mission, as most would consider being normal to send off in 2023.

A UAE space explorer has been to the ISS once previously; Hazza Al Mansoori headed out to the circling lab onboard a Russian Soyuz shuttle in the fall of 2019 and lived there for eight days. Be that as it may, Crew-6 is supposed to be a full-span ISS mission, going on for around a half year.

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