SpaceX to launch four non-professional astronauts into space for the first time

The mission “Inspiration4” is developed by the American aerospace company of the billionaire Elon Musk.

SpaceX will fly into space with civilian crew on Wednesday on a three-day mission, the first to orbit Earth with non-professional astronauts on board.The US aerospace company of billionaire Elon Musk reported on Monday.

The mission called “Inspiration4” will allow the company to enter the space tourism race, after billionaires Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos crossed the space frontier with the Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin spacecraft, respectively, a few days apart in July.

The SpaceX flight distinguishes itself from its predecessors by having a far more ambitious range than the few minutes of weightlessness that Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin customers paid for, and SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule is expected to fly beyond the orbit of the International Space Station (ISS).

The mission “Inspiration4” was rented by American billionaire Jared Isaacman, and while the price he paid to SpaceX is unknown, the figure is estimated to be in the tens of millions of dollars.

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