The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center launches the “Galaxy” program – across the Emirates – news and reports


The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center has announced the launch of new program episodes dealing with issues related to the space field. The series of program episodes will be broadcast through the Mohammed Bin Rashid Center channel on social media platforms under the name of the “Galaxies” program.

The main objective of the program includes raising various topics about space science for the purpose of inspiring minds and developing the intellectual curiosity of people, as well as contributing to raising awareness of issues related to the sector, especially for Arabic speakers, and this new program is the first edition of the programs of the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center channel.


The center’s plan includes expanding the channel’s scope to include other programs, podcasts and other new programs to be displayed in the near future. This platform acts as a bridge for transferring knowledge and disseminating scientific information to all people and directing youth towards the fields of science and space.

The first episodes of the program will be launched tomorrow and presented by the employees of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center in Arabic, accompanied by a text translation into the English language, where the program will discuss many topics on the field of space, including stars, planets, galaxies and technological developments related to the sector.

“We have a leadership that believes in science and knowledge in the UAE,” said Yusef Hamad Al-Shaibani, General Manager of the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center. This leadership was established to develop a future strategy based on the value of science as a pivotal tool in building the future of the UAE. This step comes as a guide to the vision of the state in consolidating the principles of science and knowledge in all fields that the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center is working to achieve by inserting a culture of space science in the minds of the Arab people.

He added that our launch of this new program is the embodiment of our ambitious vision that aims to reach all Arabic-speaking viewers and enrich their ideas with valuable content in space science and its ramifications. The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center aims through this step to keep abreast of the evolving media landscape and enhance its digital platforms In the next few months to raise the readiness of the Center’s media platforms to the highest level in preparation for offering exclusive content and catering to the needs of the Arab public.


Saud Karamstaji, Director of Strategic Communications Department at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center said that developing scientific instinct in the Arab region is extremely important and we are confident that the new program will play an important role in lighting viewers ’minds and enriching them with scientific knowledge.

We have noticed that the content in the Arabic language about the space sector is very limited, and therefore the idea of ​​the program that will have a significant impact on the popularization of space science and its spread among Arabic speakers has arisen and the “Galaxy” program will work in conjunction with other centers’ initiatives to stimulate young minds to search and explore more In the space science, technology and innovation sector.

He added: “The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center has always invested extensively in the space sector, science and technology, which has not had a great impact in enriching our minds and collecting how much knowledge we have. This knowledge that our responsibility towards society imposes on us to share with people and spread it to create a kind of curiosity they have through Communicating with them on social media platforms is a large part of our responsibility towards knowledge and future generations alike. ”

The first season of the program will include 8 episodes, with two episodes per week, provided that the period of one episode extends for a short period. The program covers various topics covering most of space science, where the program is presented at certain periods during the year after its launch this month.



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