SpaceX will launch a Ukrainian flag on Polaris Dawn mission to space

The Ukrainian flag will be waved above Earth’s orbit by Jared Isaakman, the Polaris Dawn expedition’s creator and tech tycoon, according to mission crew members.

The all-private Polaris Dawn mission will launch on the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft, with mission goals including the first commercial spacewalk, space testing of Starlink laser communications, and research experiments.

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Crew members from Dragon and SpaceX will spend up to five days in orbit, attempting the first commercial spacewalk and doing scientific research to enhance both human health on Earth and our knowledge of human health in the future.

SpaceX noted that the duration of the space trips and the fact that they were the first crew to test Starlink laser communications in orbit provided vital data for future space communications systems required for missions to the Moon, Mars, and beyond.

The Ukrainian flag will fly in space thanks to the Polaris space program, which will take it to a location beyond oppression. The Ukrainian flag will be flown into space, according to a recent tweet from the Polaris space program.

The professionals behind the Polaris Dawn commercial space project are showing their support for Ukraine in the face of Vladimir Putin’s strange invasion.

As part of the first human spaceflight, the Crew Dragon spacecraft and crew will stay in orbit for up to five days, flying higher than any previous Dragon mission in a bid to achieve the highest Earth orbit ever.

Crews from SpaceX will examine the numerous health risks that astronauts confront and develop guidelines for future SpaceX trips. The Florida Dragons will transport the crew. A SpaceX rocket will launch four amateur astronauts into space.

The Ukrainian flag will be sent into orbit on board the Crew Dragon spacecraft on the first of SpaceX’s three planned commercial missions, dubbed Polaris Dawn.

The Polaris private mission will be led by Isaacman, who earned his wealth as the founder and CEO of the cost processing firm Shift4.

Isaacman, SpaceX employees Sarah Gillis and Anna Menon, and retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel and Thunderbird pilot Scott Potit are the first of the four members of the crew; they were chosen because they “know each other well and have a trusting relationship that they can build on” as they try to accomplish different goals for the first time. They are scheduled to launch in November 2022 on a Falcon rocket.

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Written by Alex Bruno

Freelance space writer Alex Bruno specializes in covering China's quickly expanding space industry. In 2021, he started writing for SpaceXMania. He also contributes to publications including SpaceNews, IEEE Spectrum, National Geographic, Sky & Telescope, and New Scientist. When Alex was a small child, he first experienced the space bug after seeing Voyager photographs of alien planets in our solar system. When not in space, Alex likes to go trail jogging in the Finnish countryside.

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