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محمود حميدة من أمام وكالة الفضاء المصرية: أملاً في تحقيق أحلام أولادنا

Mahmoud Hemida in front of the Egyptian Space Agency: Hoping to realize the dreams of our children

The great artist Mahmoud Hemida, his followers and fans, participated in a group of photos of him in front of the Egyptian Space Agency, through his personal account on the Instagram website, while inspecting the agency’s laboratories and learning about its activities and projects, with the aim of spreading space culture and introducing the role of the agency.

On the photos he published, Hamida said: “Hoping to realize the dreams of our children in space leadership, thank you, Dr. Mohamed El-Qosy, CEO of the Egyptian Space Agency, for hosting and the valuable information he added to us during the explanation, and thanks to all those in charge of this project.”

The able artist, Mahmoud Hamida, said that public figures and celebrities should pay attention to issues that concern society as a whole, foremost of which is education, as it is considered the locomotive of peoples, saying: “Without education, there is no progress.”

This came during the visit of the able artist Mahmoud Hemida, in his artistic capacity and as an ambassador for the initiatives of the Egyptian Space Agency, to the agency’s headquarters, where he inspected the agency’s laboratories and got acquainted with its activities and projects, with the aim of spreading space culture and introducing the agency’s role.

And the artist Mahmoud Hemida continued, saying: “Dark ages have come upon us that led to the backwardness of the educational process,” adding: “We are very retarded in education,” pointing out that there are those who deal with space science as a science of the unseen.

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The artist, Mahmoud Hamida, stressed the need to create awareness programs about space sciences and space programs, stressing that we now live in the information age, unlike the outgoing era known as the industrial age.