"There have been a lot of changes to my body," Mansouri said in a video call with students at the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center in Dubai. "My head size has increased due to the fluid burst and my sense of smell has changed, but I have begun to adjust and get used to it."
"I will be happy to show your first video of the station in Arabic soon," he said. "The best thing about the station is weightlessness."
Mansouri said he had visited all the space station compartments and had prepared a video of the station.
Mansouri will spend eight days in space, with the scheduled return of the vehicle on October 3.
It is worth mentioning that the UAE astronaut Hazza Al-Mansouri trained with his colleague Sultan Al-Neyadi about a year ago at the Yuri Gagarin Russian Center in the city of Stars, in Moscow, and that the flight started from the Russian Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, aboard the Soyuz MS15 "to the International Space Station, on September 25, astronauts from the Russian Federation, the United States and the United Arab Emirates.