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SpaceX Inspiration4 Mission
Inspiration4 mission commander Jared Isaacman (Image Credit: SpaceX)

Elon Musk’s company SpaceX has announced the Inspiration 4 mission to send the first all-commercial astronaut crew into space. This space mission will be completed at the end of the year.

The crew will launch the company’s Falcon 9 rocket. The team will also receive special training from SpaceX. Specific attention will be given to orbital mechanics, microgravity, zero gravity, and other forms of stress testing in this training.

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Let us know that SpaceX, the company of the world’s richest businessman Elon Musk, recently set a record for launching 143 small satellites with a single rocket. According to the price cut, this mission was very cheap which was named Transporter-1. According to the company’s CEO Elon Musk, never before has such an act been done. This has opened the way to space for small companies.

The company’s Falcon-9 rocket sailed from the Space Launch Complex 40 of Cap Canaveral Space Force Station on the east coast of Florida in the US. It brought 133 commercial and 10 Starlink satellites together into space. Explain that it was part of the company’s smallsat rideshare program. The aim is to open the doors of space to small satellite operators.

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