Another step forward for the first private trip
Washington: SpaceX chief Elon Musk is about to embark on the world’s first private spaceflight. Arrangements for this are in full swing. Musk plans to complete them by the end of this year and send private individuals into space. The Dragon Crew capsule will be used for this. SpaceX is preparing to send four people into orbit through this capsule. The spacecraft will be led by pilot Jared Isaacman, CEO of Shift 4 Payments, SpaceX said. SpaceX revealed that he had bought four seats in the space capsule, so he would decide the names of the other three.
Meanwhile, SpaceX has announced that the Inspiration-4 crew will provide the necessary training to the astronauts for this space journey. The Falcon 9 spacecraft will be used for this purpose along with the Dragon spacecraft. Inspiration-4 reveals that they will be trained in orbital mechanics, zero gravity tolerance and other topics. SpaceX has revealed that the space journey will last for a few days, with the spacecraft orbiting the earth every 90 minutes. A specific orbit will also be determined for this. After the end of the entire trip, Dragon Spacecraft announced that it would land safely on the water off the coast of Florida.