Saudi Arabia’s first female astronaut arrives at space station

The first female Saudi Arabian astronaut to go into space has arrived at the International Space Station on a SpaceX rocket.

The chartered flight arrived at the orbiting lab less than 16 hours after blast-off from Florida.

“This shows how space brings everyone together,” said the astronaut, Rayyanah Barnawi, who is also a stem cell researcher.

“I’m going to live this…

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Written by bourbiza mohamed

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