Saudi Arabia’s first female astronaut sails to the ISS

The SpaceX rocket set off for the International Space Station on Sunday night with the team of Saudi Arabia’s first female astronaut, Rayyanah Barnawi… Two astronauts from Saudi Arabia are in the team.

The SpaceX rocket launched on Sunday to make its second special trip to the International Space Station (ISS).

The team included two astronauts from Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia’s first female astronaut

Saudi Arabia’s first female astronaut also made his way to the ISS.

Saudi Arabians Rayyanah Barnawi and Ali al-Qarni took off on Sunday from Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

WWill conduct 14 experiments

According to the BBC, two Saudi astronauts are on a special mission to the International Space Station for the first time to perform a series of experiments.

The official Saudi News Agency (SPA) wrote that the two astronauts will conduct 14 experiments focused on “human research, cell sciences and cloud seeding in a microgravity environment”.

Ece Nagihan

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