Today marked the history of Malaysia where our first Angkasawan successfully return to earth from his 10-day mission to ISS. No matter what people negatively say about this program as waste of money or more political than scientific, but for a trained engineer like me, I know how complicated, dangerous, challenging and expensive are space programs. So, I'm very proud of our achievement to join the elite space club. I'm sure this will trigger the interest in science and technology among our younger generations. Malaysia Boleh!
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