The Triangle Research Center have launched a training course for building a satellite by honor middle and high school students who were selected to build a satellite. The students received a series of lectures by Dr. Mohammed Yehia and Mohammed Zahalka, that dealt with several topics on Arab astronomy, as well as on the history of Arabic and Islamic sciences and the contribution of Arabs to astronomy. During the lectures, Arabic astronomical instruments such as the Astrolabe and its types, such as the terrestrial astrolabe, as well as the solar system. Then the students got the chance to hear about the Arabic Islamic manuscripts and illustrations on the various Arabic astronomical instruments. Lastly, the students received an additional lecture on artificial intelligence and how it is used in astronomy by the TRDC scientific director Dr. Ibrahim Yehia.
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