Fasten your seat belts!
The countdown for SpaceX Falcon 9 on the way to the International Space Station is running. After a false start in the 27 of the current month of May caused by unfavourable weather conditions, everything now looks ready for the launch of SpaceX Falcon 9 in the space, it will be the first NASA Demo-2 Mission, in a commercial airship that was built entirely by privates under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. On the crew will be the astronaut’s Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley and will be on the command of the ship from the Crew Dragon capsule located on the top of the rocket.
Bob Behnken will wear an Omega X-33 on his wrist using a standard velcro strap that allows him to be attached to the astronaut suit. Although it won’t be a debut for the X-33 in NASA missions, it will be a return after 9 years of the Space Shuttle program in 2011.
Credits by NASA and Omega.