All over the world, the astronauts and a free-floating Baby Yoda are seen in live shots as they head to the ISS.
Past flights also had some cute and cuddly zero-G indicators on their trips. In May, NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley brought a stuffed dinosaur named Tremor, which was chosen by their sons.
Other zero-G indicators from past flights include a plush Earth nicknamed “Earthy,” on the first uncrewed test flight test of Crew Dragon. The Boeing flight CST-100 Starliner in 2019 took a Snoopy dressed as an astronaut.
While pointing skyward, Baby Yoda said, “This is the way!”
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