Upon boarding the space station, Axiom visitors will receive instructions on what to do in various emergencies and how to use the facilities. “It’s very similar to what our teams do for the first day and a half,” Weigel said.
Then the Axiom astronauts blast off and do their own activities, which include 25 science experiments they plan to perform during the eight days on the space station. Trials include planned medical work with organizations such as Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic and Montreal Children’s Hospital. Axiom astronauts will also hold some tech demos, such as self-assembled robots that can be used to build future spacecraft in space.
Axiom’s visitor activities are coordinated with those of other crew members on the space station so that people do not attempt to use the same facilities at the same time.
The lady said there are more than 1,000 pieces of the puzzle. Weigel, “I’ll put it this way, to fit everything together.”
With more people residing in the American part, some dorms are temporary in different parts of the station. Ms. Weigel said that only one person would sleep on the Crew Dragon.
But Axiom passengers said they would be careful not to disturb other crew members.
“We are well aware that we will be invited aboard the International Space Station,” Lopez Allegria said last month.
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