In the presence of Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Mohammed Al-Sharqi, Crown Prince of Fujairah, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) in partnership with the Crown Prince Office, the Government of Fujairah will hold the next edition of ‘A Call from Space’ in Fujairah, on July 25. The event offers attendees an unprecedented opportunity to communicate live with Sultan Al Neyadi, who is currently stationed on the International Space Station (ISS), undertaking the longest Arab space mission in history.
The upcoming event will start promptly at the Al Fujairah Creative Hub on Tuesday, with proceedings commencing at 1:45 PM. Doors will open at 12:30 PM and close at 1:35 PM.
The series has captivated more than 8,300 participants across its previous editions, providing an exclusive insight into Al Neyadi’s extraordinary journey in space and fostering direct dialogue with him.
Al Neyadi has spent over four months on the International Space Station, dedicated to a multitude of scientific experiments and maintenance tasks aboard the ISS. Some of his most recent endeavours include the ESA’s FLUIDICS investigation to assess the behaviour of liquids in space, crucial maintenance work inside the International Space Station’s Quest airlock and the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft, as well as critical hardware repair of a treadmill in collaboration with NASA astronaut Warren Hoburg.