Over the past few hours, the young Elias ID’s name has surfaced in the United States, particularly at the space agency “NASA”, which has awarded him the “NASA Hubble Fellowship”, the most prestigious award in the field of astronomy. Helps him develop research proposed for the agency, Lebanese Arab is the first researcher to qualify for this scholarship globally.
Elias Aiti, 33, is on the list of 24 young researchers from around the world, along with his Sudanese colleague, the only Arab, to create the elite of astronomers and astronomers. The Hubble “Fellowship” enables them to pursue and fund research under NASA’s category, including satellites, facilities and amenities for 3 years beginning next August.
In his report to Al Arabiya.net, he submitted to NASA the subject of his study, which focused on nuclear and nuclear physics and the field of stellar explosions. He explained that when these eruptions occur in the universe, they are monitored by satellites and analyzed to find out the truth of what is happening.
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He also said that these explosions are like “labs” that do not exist on our planet because humans cannot simulate the amount of energy and the heat rates that come with it.
Elias, a young Lebanese man from the northern city of Tripoli, currently resides in the United States, where he is a researcher and professor in the Department of Astronomy and Space Science at Michigan State University.
He studied physics at the University of Lebanon and graduated in 2011, then graduating in 2014 with a master’s degree in astronomy under the joint program of St. Joseph (USJ) and the Notre Dame of Louis (NDU).
In a fit of rage, ID said: “I’m proud to be the son of Tripoli, the city of knowledge and scholars … they gave us protection and took from us things that amaze the world.”
Moreover, the young man was eager to send a message to the “frustrated” Lebanese youth about the plight of Lebanon, considering the May 15 parliamentary elections as an opportunity for change.
He explained that he had registered abroad to exercise his right to vote, in order to change the status quo that had existed for 30 years. He said, “Our goal is to bring to parliament the representatives who want to work for Lebanon and Lebanon. We want to improve the situation so that we can return to our country and get stability.
It is noteworthy that in the “NASA” Scholarship Aidi is forced to stay in the United States to continue his astronomical research, but he returns to Lebanon whenever working conditions allow, especially since his family immigrated there.
Prior to returning to the United States, he was honored by a local association in his hometown of El Mina, Tripoli, in the presence of his family and academic staff at the Mar Elias School where he graduated.
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