September 19, 2021

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SpaceX is preparing for its first full civilian spaceflight. The Falcon 9 rocket can be launched within a week!

a company SpaceX Slowly preparing for the launch of the Inspiration4 space mission. The Falcon 9 rocket, which is already on the launch pad at the moment, will serve its purpose.

During a NASA tour, a tourist filmed a video that captures the transport of a SpaceX rocket to the historically important launch complex called 39A (LC-39A). However, it is known more than Track 39 Aserver says Teslarati.

The video originally appeared On RedditWhere it was posted by the user white 07.

What makes this slope so important? For example, a rocket was launched from it Saturn V Used on the legendary Apollo 11 mission, the Space Shuttle, or indeed, on every single mission with a crew bound for the Moon. Although the Inspiration4 mission won’t be as exciting as the first landing on our natural satellite, it will nonetheless become a milestone in the history of space missions.

The first full-fledged civilian expedition into space

Inspiration4 will be the first mission to send an “exclusively” crew of civilians or special astronauts into Earth orbit. In addition to Elon Musk, the well-known billionaire Jared Isakman took on the task of the flight. He donated the hospital to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has an incredible $100 million. In general, he wanted to save twice as much value, but decided to collect the remaining money in the form of contributions from citizens.

Photo: SpaceX / Flickr

They motivated them so that everyone who contributed more than $10 was put into a raffle for a seat aboard the Falcon 9. The last crew on mission Inspiration4 was Formed in late March In addition to Isaacman, it consists of a 29-year-old employee of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a 41-year-old US Air Force veteran and 51-year-old college professor.

When will they start? The Falcon 9 rocket is supposed to launch into Earth orbit on September 14 at 20:00 EST September 15 at 2:00 pm.

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