SpaceX Gives A Chance To 2020 Grads To Launch Their Photos In Space

From the recent Facebook start of the robot avatars, the 2020 graduates are on their way to find the honour of their graduation career during this pandemic outbreak of coronavirus across the nation. The recent option for these graduates is to launch their face into space.

SpaceX is ready to send two NASA astronauts to the ISS on this May 27th and in the effort of celebrating the graduation class of 2020 right from the kindergarten to the graduate school – the two space stations SpaceX and NASA are inviting the students across the globe to submit their photos to fly America’s first human spaceflight in nearly a decade.

The photos of the graduates are requested to submit through SpaceX class of 2020 website and from where these images will be integrated to form the mosaic image of the Earth.  Further, the Earth image will be printed and flown on the Crew Dragon capsule along with the NASA’s Bob and Hurley who were selected to go on the spacecraft on the Demo-2 mission.

Further, the deadline for the photo submission to the graduates will be on or before May 20th at 9 am PT. The mosaic image exploration can be done on the SpaceX site and one can zoom in to look into the images of the graduates.

The Demo-2 mission will represent many milestones and it will be the first human launch to the lunatic surface from the US since the end of the space shuttle era in 2011.


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