Sultan Al Neyadi Shared A Breathtaking Image From ISS & You Can See The Twinkling Dubai Palm!

by Anupriya Mishra
Sultan Al Neyadi Shared A Breathtaking Image From ISS & You Can See The Twinkling Dubai Palm!

Sultan Al Neyadi hardly needs any introduction to anybody! From setting major milestones to sharing glimpses of his six-month-long mission at the International Space Station, this astronaut from the United Arab Emirates has been creating headlines ever since. And recently, he shared a mesmerising picture of Dubai at night from the International Space Centre. And as you can imagine, it is as breathtaking as it gets!

Sultan Al Neyadi Shares Breathtaking Image Of Dubai From Space

Sultan Al Neyadi has been active on Twitter, sharing snippets from his mission at the International Space Station. As it happens, he made history by undertaking the longest Arab space mission in history, and naturally, people cannot get enough of his adventures. From his arrival at the space station to little experiments in the micro-gravity situation, he has shared some absolutely priceless moments with netizens. In a recent post shared by him on Twitter, one can see the twinkling lights of Dubai at night! Yes, he shared a nighttime view of Dubai from this space station, and you can actually see the well-lit Dubai palm. As you can already imagine, it looks like a sea of shining stars and is absolutely dazzling!

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First Arab To Partake In Space Walk

It’s worth mentioning that this is not the first image he shared of the UAE, as he shared one earlier as well, which was a daytime picture, which captured the stunning landscape. This post comes after he shared images from his spacewalk that happened last week. For those who aren’t aware, this was a major event as he became the first Arab person to partake in a space walk. Moreover, the Emirati Astronaut also shared a sped-up video capturing his mission during the spacewalk. Doesn’t it all sound absolutely fantastic? Well, we definitely cannot get enough of all the updates he shares on Twitter, and neither can the UAE audience.

So, stay tuned to the space for more details about this exciting and historical space mission.

Cover Image Courtesy: Twitter/Astro_Alneyadi