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Making Pakistan proud: 12-years-old student departs for NASA’s internship

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A 12-years-old Pakistani student Raadeyah Aamir has been selected for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) internship program. She will be attending the one-week program which includes training for next-generation Astronaut Training Experience.

Student of eighth grade at British Overseas School, Karachi, Raadeyah is one of 26 students of different countries selected for the NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre’s week program. She is departing today for Florida.

US Embassy of Pakistan shared the news on their Facebook page.

A 12-years-old Pakistani student Raadeyah Aamir has been selected for the NASA’s one-week internship program. She will…

Posted by U.S. Embassy Pakistan on Friday, February 15, 2019

NASA and her school coordinated and for her interest in aerospace and outstanding performance, Raadeyah got selected.

Read more: NASA global hackathon comes to Pakistan: TMUC

She will be given training as the next generation of space explorers in the Astronaut Training Experience. Through virtual and motion stimulation she will experience land walk and drive on Mars and conduct a spacewalk in a microgravity experience.


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4 COMMENTS

  1. Wow keep it up . This is what people cant see .first she is girl an educated girl from pakiatan unlike malala. Who destroyed the face for every educated n professional lady in pakistan . Remember terrorist has no religion n no country.

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