The first Emirati astronaut, Hazza Al Mansouri, will conduct a series of rigorous medical tests and tests at the Yuri Gagarin Astronaut Training Center in the city of Stars in Moscow. In order to see the impact of space flight on humans. which opens the way to answer more scientific questions.
Hazza Al Mansouri, will conduct a series of rigorous medical tests
- The tests conducted under the supervision of specialists
- The follow-up of the UAE astronaut doctor Dr. Hanan Al-Suwaidi
- Who confirmed that the UAE astronaut is in good health
The first mission to space in the UAE
The completion of the medical examinations of Hazza Al Mansouri is part of the first manned mission to space in the UAE. Yousuf Hamad Al Shaibani, Director-General of the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center. He told reporters today with new and important data to study the impact of space flight on humans.
Al-Mansouri underwent a comprehensive examination of
- The kidneys
- Digestive system ultrasound
- In addition to testing the heart and blood vessels
In order to study the independent regulation of the cardiovascular system and blood dynamics.
Medical tests included tests of the heart by analyzing the heart rate, on the ground compared to space. In addition to the experiment of balance, and test the study of motor activity. study the activity and muscle tissue, to determine the impact of space flight on the body of the astronaut. Also conducted “Mansouri”, Test your perception and time perception at the Yuri Gagarin Center.
Engineer Salem Humaid Al Marri, Director of the Emirates Astronaut Program, said: “The tests conducted by Hazza Al Mansouri – currently – complement the scientific mission aboard the International Space Station.
Where the astronaut undergoes a series of tests and medical tests before and after and during his scientific mission. Space on humans, which opens the way to answer more scientific questions. ”
He added that “astronaut Hazza Al-Mansouri, enjoys good health and high morale,” noting that “after the completion of the tests and medical tests necessary will return to the homeland to complete his mission and share his experience with several academic and scientific bodies.”
Al-Mansouri flew into space on September 25
He spent eight days at the International Space Station. Took part in 16 scientific experiments to see the impact of space on human life, and returned to Earth last Thursday.