Latest in Tag: space Highlight
Latest in Tag: space
In celebration of the 9th Korea-Arab Friendship Caravan, Al-Gomhouria Theatre hosted the Gyeonggi Provincial Dance Company last week. The event was hosted by the Korea-Arab Society, under the auspices of the ministry of foreign affairs of the Republic of Korea. “The Gyeonnggi Provincial” is a dance institution that was originally created to preserve the Korean …
An astronaut aboard the International Space Station has said he accidentally dialed the wrong person from space, asking “Hello, is this planet Earth?” He later went on Twitter to apologize to the woman.
Omar Samra will attempt “Adventurers Grand Slam”, a challenge involving climbing seven summits and skiing the North and South Poles
We all bear the burdens of the crimes and sufferings of both our ancestors and our neighbors, and the people that will one day populate the surface and caves of Mars are the same ones bearing the cultural traumas of our dark and bloody roots.
Egyptian adventurer wins trip to space
After 44 minutes, applause broke out in the tense control room as navigation ships in the South Pacific reported that the spacecraft had successfully entered orbit around Earth.
Samra is an adventurer, mountaineer, entrepreneur and inspirational speaker. He is the first Egyptian to climb Mount Everest; and also the first Egyptian to complete the 7 Summits challenge on 31 May 2013, climbing the highest mountains on all seven continents.
Egyptians have done it again. After ousting a dictator two years ago, now they are sending their first elected civilian president into space. President Mohamed Morsi is now sitting in first place in Axe’s competition to send one civilian to space, an adventurous soul seeking a new frontier. Voting is required and whoever gets the …
Group offers novel way to protest against the President
A competition is currently under way that has revived the genuine dream for many, because the prize is a trip into space
Iran’s space programme deeply unsettles western nations, which fear it could be used to develop ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads they suspect are being developed in secret.