World Space Week 2021 – Bahraini Women in Space

Bahrain joins the largest annual space event in the world - World Space Week 2021. Spearheading the activities from this side of the globe is the National Space Science Agency [NSSA] – Bahrain’s dedicated team tasked to promote space education and advance public interest in space pursuits.
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Women in STEM Virtual Conference

We are excited to host a Virtual event highlighting Women in STEM on March 31, 2021 where we will be hearing from keynote speakers and panelists about the importance of Space Science.
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The First Bahraini to Design a Satellite Test Platform

Space engineer Ali Al-Qaraan designed a qualitative test platform for cubic satellites based on the magnetic suspension system. It was part of the requirements of his educational and training program in space science and building satellites in the United Arab Emirates.
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Bahrain is Shaping the Future of Space Science

NSSA engineers and technicians have published more more than 10 scientific papers in 2020, while work is underway to publish another 20 scientific articles this year in international peer-reviewed journals and international conferences specializing in the field of satellite construction and their applications, in addition to participating in conferences specializing in satellite applications. artificial intelligence in the field of space sciences, data spatial analysis and images.
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The First Bahraini Engineer in the Management of Space Mission Risks

Bahrain Space Team member, Amina Al Balushi, have successfully graduated after completing her educational and training program and obtaining a master's degree in systems management and engineering with a specialization in space science and technology from Khalifa University in the United Arab Emirates. Her thesis focused on risk management in space projects. The training program provided Space Eng. Amina Al Balushi the opportunity to participate in building and designing several satellites, one of which is the "DhabiSat" satellite, which was launched into space in February 2021.
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