Farah Alibay holds Canadian nationality and white ethnicity.
Farah Alibay is a system engineer at the Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory on the Mars InSight mission based in Canada. Her work mainly focuses on a robotic lander spacecraft designed to study the interior of Mars, which was sent to Mars in May 2018.
Farah was mainly responsible for the proper integration and testing of all the equipment on the spacecraft. Alibay dyed her hair red to match Mars and the InSight logo after the mission was successful. Apart from this, she also worked on a companion mission as a system engineer on the Mars Cube One CubeSats to InSight.
Farah Alibay: Meet Her Parents
Farah Alibay was born to her parents in Montreal, Quebec.
She grew up in Manchester, England. Her parents immigrated from Madagascar to Canada. Farah was supported by her parents from childhood, as she was inspired by movies such as “Apollo 13”.
Farah was a big fan of female astronauts, including Canada’s Julie Payette. In a short time, the whole family moved to England as she was 13 years old.
However, Farah’s origin in Montreal, Quebec.
Is Farah Available On Wikipedia?
Farah Alibay is documented on Wikipedia. It features her early life and career.
Farah Alibay’s age seems to be in the late 30’s. However, she hasn’t revealed her exact date of birth and age.
Talking about Farah’s educational background, Alibay graduated with a Bachelors’s and Master’s degree in aerospace and aerothermal engineering from the University of Cambridge in 2010.
Farah hasn’t said much about her relationship status and husband. However, she often shares photos with some person on her social media.
Meet Farah Alibay on Instagram under the account trifarhtops.
Farah Net Worth And Professional Career
Farah’s net worth can be estimated in millions. However, Farah hasn’t disclosed her exact net worth value yet.
Considering her position and achievements in NASA, she must earn a good income and has a satisfying net worth. She is happily living her life.
At first, Alibay participated in the NASA Academy for Internship at Goddard Space Flight Center. From there, she discovered her passion for robotic planetary exploration.