SpaceX’s first civilian space mission has already begun its investigation and the crew is “healthy and happy”

The team is “healthy, happy and relaxed” this afternoon on SpaceX’s Twitter account (Photo: EFE)

The four crew members of the first spaceflight were created by the general public, Who started his journey from Florida this Wednesday (USA) on a SpaceX spacecraft, Inquiry into his first day in space Effect of orbital planes on the human body.

SpaceX, the company that opened the doors to private space travel, said on its Twitter account this afternoon The group “rests healthy, happy and relaxed.”

That added Before going to sleep, the team members “traveled 5.5 times around the Earth, completed the first round of scientific research, and enjoyed two meals.”

The company founded by Elon Musk announced it When they wake up today, four team members are “conducting further research and first looking at the dome” of the Dragon Capsule.

Precisely, SpaceX released a short video taken in the background with the Earth from the Dragon’s observation dome on the social network this Thursday morning.

View from the dome of SpaceX's Dragon Capsule
View from the dome of SpaceX’s Dragon Capsule

“Some have come before and many are to follow. The door is now open, and it’s so amazing.”Millionaire Jared Isaacman, commander-in-chief and accepts all costs, agreed from inside the capsule on Wednesday.

In your work Three days, Isaacman, as well as aeronautical engineer Chris Chembroski, Medical Assistant Haley Arsenox And scientist and educator Cyan Proctor, “During research and future long-term space travel to improve human health on Earth,” SpaceX noted.

About three hours after takeoff Wednesday night from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, the Dragon capsule reached 585 kilometers of orbit. (About 360 miles) Away from the earth, Than the International Space Station (ISS).

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“Farther than any other human spaceflight since the Hubble Space Telescope (540 km)” According to SpaceX.

According to a report this afternoon, The capsule continues in its intended orbit, “up to 590 km above the Earth’s surface.”

More than 12 hours after the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket that launched the spacecraft into space, The capsule travels over 28,160 kilometers (17,500 miles) per hour, allowing it to orbit the planet every 90 minutes.

This is how the public outreach work began (Photo: REUTERS)
This is how the public outreach work began (Photo: REUTERS)

The American media highlighted it this Thursday It was not only the first spacecraft without an astronaut, but also the first aircraft with an African-American pilot (Proctor) and a young American in orbit: Arsenox, 29, a cancer survivor.

Four civilians were trained on zero gravity and maneuvering for six months They were also ready for emergencies, spacecraft entry and exit exercises and space wear and partial and complete mission simulations.

Inspiration 4 is SpaceX’s fourth human mission. But it did not initially carry professionally trained astronauts, and aims to raise $ 200 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.

After departure on Wednesday, The reusable part of the Falcon 9 rocket landed a few minutes later at SpaceX’s “Just Read the Instructions” site in the Atlantic Ocean.

Dragon capsule elasticity, This includes the first NASA astronaut to travel to the ISS in 2020, the end of a nine-year drought launched from American soil since the end of the spacecraft program in 2011 as a result of a project carried out by SpaceX.

The voyage ends when the dragon capsule falls into the Atlantic Ocean On a Florida beach with the help of a parachute.

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(With EFE and AFP information)

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