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UAE's first astronaut Hazzaa back on earth at 2.59pm on October 3

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He has been on the International Space Station for precisely seven days now. 

The UAE's first space traveler Hazzaa AlMansoori will land back on the earth at 2.59pm (UAE time) on October 3, a high ranking representative has affirmed to Khaleej Times. He has been on the International Space Station for precisely seven days now. He has done seven live video and radio sessions with the UAE open. 

Landing arrangements have just been started by the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC) as Salem Al Marri, leader of the UAE Astronaut Program, and Saeed Karmostaji, administrator of the space explorers office at the MBRSC, have landed in Kazakhstan to get AlMansoori. 

Addressing KT from the Karaganda city, Al Marri stated: "The arrival is looking smooth. The climate is extraordinary and the planning has been fixed for 4.59pm (Kazakh time). We will make a beeline for Moscow for seven days to 10 days and after that he will come back to the UAE." 

The 35-year-old previous military contender stream pilot will arrive in the city of Dzhezkazgan locally available the drop module of the Soyuz rocket. He will be flown by means of a helicopter to an air terminal in the Karaganda city and will at that point head to Moscow for post-strategic checks. 

AlMansoori is returning on the Soyuz MS-12 shuttle alongside Nasa space explorer Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin. 

Landing arrangements on the ISS will start today evening, as the space explorers locally available set up the load and do any staying specialized or mechanical work on their arrival vehicle. 

The undocking from the ISS will happen at 11.34am (Kazakh time). 

At the arrival site, a group of doctors will be available to control the space explorers and cosmonaut out of the rocket and into the helicopter. Because of the time spent in miniaturized scale gravity, they will be not able walk and turn appropriately and lose vision center as their minds readapt to earth. 

Al Marri included: "Hazzaa is in incredible wellbeing and this strategic a triumph up until this point. We've been imparting each day and he's been doing a few live sessions for the general population, significant trials and day by day errands. He's been energized all through this crucial has been doing his trials on schedule. He has a tight calendar installed."

 /  Source: KhaleejTimes