The four American astronauts will spend three days in orbit around the Earth without a professional astronaut.
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On Wednesday, September 15, four American astronauts launched SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket at zero gravity. Billionaire Jared Isaacman, Mission Commander, Hailey Arzinex, Pediatric Cancer Survivor, Chris Sembrowski, U.S. Army veteran Sean Proctor, a professor of Earth Science, left the Kennedy Space Center (Florida) at 8:02 pm (French time 2:02). They have to spend three days in Earth’s orbit without a professional astronaut on board. A few minutes later, the first and second stages of the rocket separated, leaving the Dragon Capsule and its passengers alone in the universe.
Dragon is separated from the second phase of Falcon 9 pic.twitter.com/pOfgJ9LsvE
– SpaceX (pSpaceX) September 16, 2021
“It was there a while ago, many will follow. Now the door opens, it’s incredible.”Billionaire Jared Isaacman said from inside the capsule after arriving in space. 575 km They orbit the globe about 15 times each day. At the end of their journey, they begin a dizzy descent from Florida. SpaceX has already planned other space tourism flights. Next up in January 2022, with three businessmen.
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