Hazza al-Mansouri called on his followers through the site "Twitter" guess where the picture where he said: "Can you identify this place, which I photographed from an altitude of 400 km?"
His followers began to guess the name of the place, while others asked him to take a picture of Mecca.
Hazza al-Mansouri arrived at the International Space Station last week, where he confirmed that changes hit his body five days after his presence in space.
"There have been a lot of changes on my body," Mansouri said in a video call with students at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center in Dubai. .
The astronaut added, "I will be happy to show your first video about the station in Arabic soon," noting that "the best thing in the station is weightlessness."
The UAE astronaut took his first photo from the International Space Station since launching on an unmanned flight on September 25.
"Finally, I document my dream from the other side of the sky, so that Hazza's eyes will take you to space. With me, I take the first image from the International Space Station."
Al Mansouri spends eight days at the International Space Station to conduct some scientific experiments, after nearly a year of intensive training and testing in preparation for this trip.
Finally, I document my dream from the other side of
Heaven, to be Hazza eyes your window into space. After me, I take the first photo from the International Space Station.
Captured aboard the ISS … my first photo of the Soyuz spacecraft. pic.twitter.com/Yp1rht79tl
– Hazzaa almansoori (@astro_hazzaa) September 29, 2019
In April 2017, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Prime Minister and Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, announced that the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center will bring Emirati astronauts for scientific missions to explore space.
This launch marks a significant milestone in Dubai's thriving space industry, led by the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Center (MBRSC).