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Infographic.. Emirati astronaut Mohammed Al Mulla

The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center is organizing a press conference at 11 am on Wednesday, July 7, 2021, to present Noura Al Matrooshi and Mohammed Al Mulla, who are the second batch of the UAE Astronaut Programme.

The press conference is the first appearance of the astronauts in front of the media.

The astronauts began the required exercises last April, and these exercises will continue until the end of the year, at a rate of between 5 to 7 hours per day.

Al-Matrooshi and Al-Mulla are scheduled to join the 2021 NASA Astronaut Program at the beginning of 2022; As part of a joint cooperation agreement between the UAE and the United States of America. This comes within the UAE Astronaut Program in its second session, after Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, announced, last April, the names of the two new Emirati astronauts, They are Nora Al Matroushi and Mohammed Al Mulla, to join astronauts Hazza Al Mansouri and Sultan Al Neyadi.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, announced the names of the two new Emirati astronauts, as part of the UAE Astronaut Program in its second session.

Astronaut Mohammed Al Mulla, holds a commercial pilot license from the Australian Civil Aviation Authority when he was 19 years old to become the youngest pilot in the Dubai Police.

He then obtained a pilot instructor license from the Australian Civil Aviation Authority, setting a new record and becoming the youngest Dubai Police instructor at the age of 28.

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During his work, Al Mulla continued his academic career, obtaining in 2015 a Bachelor’s degree in Law and Economics, and then an Executive Master’s in Public Administration from the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government in 2021.

Al Mulla is currently a pilot at the Air Wing Center of the Dubai Police, and has extensive experience that extends for 15 years, and serves as the Head of the Training Department of the Dubai Police Air Wing Center.

During his career, Al-Mulla achieved several successes, as he received the Medal of Courage and Perseverance from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Commander-in-Chief Award for the best officer in the specialized field, in addition to the Job Excellence Award, and the Shield of Excellence for 2019 as the best officer in the specialized field at the level of the Police Command Dubai.

The two new astronauts join astronauts Hazza Al Mansouri and Sultan Al Neyadi, to form a four-way team under the umbrella of the UAE Astronaut Program, to support the UAE’s ambition in the field of space exploration, and to serve the strategy of the “Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center” based on achieving the vision of the rational leadership in the field of space and access. in the UAE to advanced positions in this sector and the sustainability of its national program.

The following infographic provides the most important information about Emirati astronaut Mohammed Al Mulla.