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How can I contact Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre?

You can call us and speak to an operator on the number +971-4-6071200.

What address can I use for the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre?

The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre address is:
UAE, DUBAI, Al Khawaneej Area P.O.Box: 211833
Or click here to load a map in Google.

How can I connect with the Director General of MBRSC?

To contact the Director General of MBRSC, H.E Yousuf Hamad Alshaibani, please email: [email protected], or call the number  +9714 6071 200 to speak to an operator about your enquiry.

Where can I get scientific or space related data from MBRSC?

For any data or information related to MBRSC’s work in space exploration, you can contact our team on +971 4 607 1200, or email us on [email protected]
The type of information we offer include:

  • Satellite imagery
  • Remote sensing observation services
  • Space and scientific analysis and study services
  • Ground station information and services
  • You may also find a lot of images in our gallery section.

Where can I get permission to use the MBRSC logo or other MBRSC materials?

For information regarding the use of the MBRSC logo or brand material, please visit our media resources section, or write to us on [email protected].

How do I get a job or internship at MBRSC?

To see the different opportunities MBRSC offers and find job listings, visit MBRSC’s Careers Portal here.

How do I obtain MBRSC photos/still images as an accredited member of the press/media?

You can contact us for any media requests for still images, videos or branding resources on [email protected] Please provide adequate information about your background and the purpose of your request.

How can I obtain photos taken from KhalifaSat, DubaiSat-2 or dubaiSat-1?

All open satellite pictures can be found in our image gallery. If you require higher resolution imagery, please contact us on [email protected] with your request and the purpose of your enquiry. For any new pictures that have not been taken yet, you can find out more in the Satellite Imagery as a Service section.

How can I obtain a Press Kits?

You can contact us for any media requests for still images, videos or branding resources on [email protected] 

How can I schedule a school or university tour to MBRSC?

MBRSC hosts school and university tours that offer students an opportunity to get up close to real satellites, our space development laboratories, clean rooms, mission control room, and even meet engineers and scientists that are part of MBRSC’s space exploration programme. To find out more or book a tour, please get in touch with us on [email protected]

How can I apply for a scholarship programme at MBRSC?

MBRSC offers the most distinguished scholarship programme in the UAE, and it can open doors for successful futures in science and technology innovation, and even offers an opportunity to become a member of the MBRSC team, and take part in the most advanced scientific projects in the UAE, including the Emirates Mars Mission – Hope Probe, or the UAE Astronaut Programme.

To apply for a place in our Scholarship Program, send your CV and the required documents to [email protected]

I would like to do business with MBRSC. What do I do?

For general procurement procedures, contract opportunities, research opportunities, and small business programs, please contact our procurement team on [email protected]

Does MBRSC do any outreach programmes for the general public?

Yes. MBRSC is constantly announcing events, tours, school programmes, scholarships, internships and even amateur activities around Dubai and the UAE. To find out more about any activies happening in the near future, please visit our events section.
And if you would like to suggest or enquire about an event, please contact MBRSC on [email protected]

How can I become an Astronaut?

Becoming an astronaut means being selected for the hardest job in the world. In order to achieve this milestone there is a lot that a person must do to qualify for the role.
Firstly, you have to have a higher education degree in one of the STEM fields such as engineering, biology, chemistry, physics, computer science or mathematics. 
You will also need to have work experience with a strong track record in your profession. Sometimes it may even be required to have achieved a minimum number of hours as a pilot-in-command.
You will need to stand out by withstanding all the physical, medical, psychological and fitness examinations.
And lastly, you will need to show excellent levels in critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, team work and communication.
MBRSC’s astronaut selection process is at par with the global standards, and it is an extremely demanding task. So if you think you have what it takes, keep an eye on our news for when we announce the next astronaut selection process.

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