NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 mission will launch four astronauts aboard a Crew Dragon spacecraft on a Falcon 9 rocket to the space station. It will be the first mission to fly two international partner crew members as part of the agency’s Commercial Crew Program.
NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur will serve as spacecraft commander and pilot, respectively. Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, and European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet will join as mission specialists.
All resources, participation, and registration are FREE. Register to let NASA know that you’re virtually participating!
There are three types of registration options – choose the most appropriate ticket type for your situation. No on-center activities are included in with any ticket types. If you plan to gather in-person with others to watch launch, NASA recommends following all CDC and local rules & regulations regarding COVID-19 in doing so.
- Online Participant – our most selected ticket-type for the general virtual participation
- Point of Contact: Public – Select this ticket type if you are the Point of Contact for an organization hosting a virtual or in-person event that is open to anyone. Public events may take place in, but are not limited to, museums, science centers, planetariums, libraries, pubs, and community centers.
- Point of Contact: Private – Select this ticket type if you are the Point of Contact for an organization hosting a virtual or in-person event that is only open to a select group of individuals. Private events may take place in, but are not limited to, schools/individual classrooms, afterschool programs, homeschool groups, scouts and retirement homes.
While there is no physical ticket for online participation nor access to on-center activities, register to participate from your spot in the universe! Registrants will receive a stamp for their virtual passport following launch. Registration will provide communications about additional virtual participation opportunities and any schedule changes.
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