American astronaut Sunitha Williams said that going to space made her realize that Earth is the only spaceship humans have and they must protect it from all dangers.
The American astronaut addressed schoolchildren gathered to listen to his advice and experiences in space: To achieve what you want in life, you must start from the first step and always remember the foundations you started learning. Kindergarten, see how the leaves of the tree grow quietly and be inspired by them, your path to success.
This occurred during a public student meeting with American astronaut Sunita Williams during the activities of the 42nd session of the Sharjah International Book Fair, where she praised the “Emirati Space Program” which enabled her to work with two Emirati astronauts who completed space. task.
Sunita Williams, who participated in the creation of the International Space Station (ISSHe visited her twice, in 2006 and 2012, giving a visual presentation of his experience in space and his training to students visiting the Sharjah International Book Fair. Cooking, and photography, hint at plans to send a spacecraft and establish a space station to the moon, starting next year.
Sunitha Williams pointed out some of the scary situations she experienced in space and said she was scared when she was launched into space, saw a sudden sunrise during her first spacewalk outside the station, and heard strange sounds like a pump on the International Space Station in the dark, she overcame her fear by understanding things and controlling her reactions. confirms that “Fear is a natural thing, but if we know how to deal with it, we can move forward and be better,” he said.
Williams shared his scientific and professional experiences with the Emirati astronaut Hazza Al Mansouri: we got together to prepare preparatory studies on how to transport objects to the moon, and we explored underwater worlds in California to simulate the lunar environment, and I had amazing moments. With the Emirati team of astronauts, I look forward to watching… Noora Al Madrushi and Mohammed Al Mulla realize their dream in space
The American astronaut of Indian origin explained that he combined science and faith in his outlook on life and that when he looked at planet Earth from the window of the spaceship, he felt that God was showing him the beauty and majesty of His creation. His power. He advised the student audience: “Earth is our only spaceship, we must protect it and respect each other for it, because it is a blessing given to us by God.”