NASA and SpaceX prepare to #LaunchAmerica

10. . . 9. . . 8. . . 7. . . 6. . . 5. . . 4. . . 3. . . 2. . 1. . . Zero. . . Ignition. . . Liftoff!*Dramatic music*certainly when you go through the the
launch day preparations there’s a lotof moments that kind of stand out to you. . .
When the engines light, you know you aregoing and you know you’re going
somewhere pretty fast. When the enginesshut off you go from three G’s to zero
G’s instantaneously and things startfloating and and I remember distinctly
just thinking ‘what just happened. ‘Same thing happens when you get to Space
Station, it’s kind of a defining momentwhen you get the hatches back open. By
sharing this experience with SpaceX andcreating another partner that has the
same capability I think we really setthe future up to continue to blossom. This will be the first time humans haveridden on the Falcon 9 even though
it’s flown many many times and so justtaking in that experience and the sounds
and all those things that we can relateto future crews is going to be something
important to do too

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