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SpaceX Crew Conducted Scientific Research In Orbit

All of SpaceX’s Civilian Inspiration 4 crew spent their first day in orbit after their mission the night before Cape Canaveral, doing scientific research and talking to children at the Pediatric Cancer Hospital.

St. Jude tweeted that his patients had to talk to four American astronauts, “We all want to ask questions like ‘Are there cows on the moon?’ ‘

Jared Isaac Mann, the billionaire who leased the flight, is trying to raise 200 200 million for the research facility.

Inspiration 4 is the first orbital space flight with only private citizens on board.

Earlier, Elon Musk’s company tweeted that all four were “healthy” and “happy”, had completed the first round of scientific research, and enjoyed one or two meals.

Musk himself tweeted that he had spoken to staff personally and that “everything is fine.”

By now, they should have been able to see beyond the dragon ship’s capula – the largest space window ever, replacing its usual docking mechanism in the vessel.

Most humans in space –

The Inspiration 4 mission now brings the total number of humans in space to 14, a new record. In 2009, there were 13 people on the International Space Station (ISS).

There are currently seven people on the ISS, including two Russian astronauts and three Chinese astronauts aboard the Shenzhou-12 spacecraft, whose crew returned home after spending 90 days on the Tiangong space station. I’m tied up.

Isaac Mann, physician assistant Haley Arsenox, geoscientist Sean Proctor and aerospace data engineer Chris Sambrowski are orbiting the planet at an altitude that sometimes reaches 590 kilometers (367 miles).

It is deeper than ISS in space, orbiting around 420 kilometers (260 miles), and has been the farthest human distance since its restoration mission on the Hubble Telescope in 2009.

His plane is moving at a speed of about 17,500 miles per hour (28,000 kilometers per hour) and he will experience about 15 sunrises and sunsets every day.

Their speed means they are experiencing a slightly slower time than the people on the surface due to the “relatively fast timing”.

In addition to raising funds for the charity, the mission aims to study the biological effects of deep space on astronauts’ bodies.

“Missions like Inspiration 4 help advance space flight so that ultimately anyone can reach orbit and beyond,” Musk said in a tweet.

The space adventure marks the end of a summer that culminates in a battle between billionaire Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos.

But the flights offered just a few minutes without weight – the Inspire 4 crew will experience a full three days of orbit before landing off the coast of Florida on Saturday.

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