After they traveled in space, the first space crew of ordinary humans landed back on Earth on Sunday night. Just before sunset (1.06am German time), the “Dragon” capsule parachuted into the Atlantic off the coast of Florida, a short distance from where it had begun its voyage three days earlier.
This is the first Atlantic landing of a space crew returning more than 50 years ago. SpaceX’s previous two water landings with NASA astronauts took place in the Gulf of Mexico.
SpaceX, the private American space company owned by star entrepreneur Elon Musk, has been orbiting the Earth for the past three days after being launched Wednesday evening from the Cape Canaveral spacecraft.
It took about 90 minutes for the spacecraft to orbit the Earth. At 580 kilometers above the Earth, it was much larger than the International Space Station (ISS).
The ship was manned by 38-year-old American billionaire Jared Isaacman, all cruises, 29-year-old medical assistant Haley Arsenox, 51-year-old artist and professor Sean Proctor and 41-year-old astronaut Chris Sembrosk.
During all the cruises documented on the “Netflix” streaming service, four amateur astronauts passed the time in a short-lived capsule, conversations with actor mega-star Tom Cruise, the flight to the space station for his own SpaceX shoot, the song U2 Bono.
The bell that gave the signal to stop trading on the New York Stock Exchange was allowed to sound almost Friday evening.
And due to the astronaut’s food: In addition to coffee and tea, Kasturi Touris had sandwiches, palazzolas sauce, cold pizza and Mediterranean lamb.
Elon Musk, 50, founder of SpaceX, designed the business to enter the largest market for all commercial aircraft in the future. In early July, Britain’s Richard Branson, 71, reached space on a spacecraft owned by his company, the Virgin Galactic. A few days later, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, 57, followed up with a capsule of his company “Blue Origin”. But unlike the millionaires before him, Musk has personally avoided all flights so far.
SpaceX expects six private aircraft a year between NASA’s space launch. Four SpaceX planes have already been booked and will take paid customers to the space station, along with former NASA astronauts.
At the beginning of the first next year, the three merchants paid $ 55 million each.
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