Docking of Axiom 3 Mission with Marcus Wandt to the Space Station


Watch as Marcus Wandt and his crewmates arrived to the Space Station around 36 hours after liftoff.

Marcus is the first of a new generation of European astronauts to fly on a commercial human spaceflight opportunity with Axiom Space. His mission is supported by ESA and the Swedish National Space Agency (SNSA). Marcus’s mission is called Muninn.

During his two-week mission, Marcus will devote much of his time to scientific activities and technology demonstrations that could shape the way we live and work on Earth. In total, he will run around 20 experiments.

Marcus Wandt was selected in November 2022 as a member of the ESA astronaut reserve after a year-long selection process. The 2022 ESA recruitment campaign received over 22 5000 applications from across its Member States.

Timestaps of the video:
00:00:00 – 01:55:44 – Post docking programme
01:55:45 – 03:14:29 – Complete docking to the Space Station
03:14:30 – 03:16:00 – Hatching opening
03:16:01 – 03:37:24 – Axiom 3 Mission crew entering the Space Station
03:37:25 – 03:49:00 – Welcoming ceremony

Follow Marcus’s journey on the Muninn website, check our launch kit and connect with him on his Instagram and X accounts.

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Marcus Wandt’s Instagram:
Marcus Wandt’s X:

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