The hospital mascot, not a Disney rabbit, floats on the Ax-1 mission as a zero-g symbol

A long-eared toy dog ​​was mistaken for a famous Disney rabbit on Friday (April 8) when it was shown the “zero-g indicator” on the first private missionary to visit the International Space Station.

“Caramel,” the mascot (opens on new page) for the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation, was seen floating in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon “Endeavor” shortly after the spacecraft entered Earth orbit with the Axiom-1 (Ax-1) spacecraft. Stretching his ears and looking at the picture with his carved eyes, the red and beige look like a dog.

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