The world’s first private civilian space mission “Inspiration Four”

Now even ordinary citizens will be able to fulfill their passion for astronauts. Photo: File

Now you too can go into space for which you don’t even have to be a professional astronaut, but you have to wait a bit!

In July of this year, another private company, Virgin Galactic, made great strides in space tourism. The company’s billionaire owner Richard Branson became the world’s first billionaire astronaut when he went on a space trip.

Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest man, became the second richest astronaut to travel in space on behalf of his firm, Blue Orion. Elon Musk, founder and chief of SpaceX, a major rival of the two private space firms, responded to rivals with a major breakthrough in September, when he launched the world’s first civilian spaceflight. Departed on a journey and brought back.

Although Elon was not personally involved in the voyage, one of his fellow billionaire astronauts was involved in the mission as commander of the mission, who bore all the expenses of the voyage. Gerald Isaac is the third billionaire astronaut in the world to experience astronauts as an ordinary citizen. Thus, these billionaires have opened the door to space tourism to the general public. This space mission is called Inspiration4. Inspiration means “encouragement.”

In the early days of space travel, astronauts had a strong physical and nervous structure. Candidates with certain stature, bones and jaws had to undergo rigorous training to survive in an environment of gravity. That’s why in the early days, the group of astronauts belonged to the army, most of whom were Air Force men.

At present, astronauts are also selected on the basis of exceptional educational activities and then the astronauts are given a certificate to go into space only after special training. Has been selected and has undergone six months of training. All four astronauts have one thing in common. That is, everyone loves space. If we know about these four ordinary civilian astronauts, it is estimated that they are in no way inferior to professional astronauts in terms of education, technical ability and qualification.

This is the first time in the history of astronauts that ordinary people have been selected for the journey instead of professional astronauts and sent to space by a private space firm with the help of NASA. Its main purpose is to promote space tourism and make it possible for ordinary people to access space. Although this hobby of space tourism is very expensive at present and is considered to be the sport of only the richest people, it is hoped that in the near future the cost of space tourism will be reduced.

Mission Inspiration Four began at 8:02 a.m. on September 15 with a SpaceX Falcon rocket and ended at 7:06 p.m. Eastern Time on September 18 when the four astronauts’ Crew Dragon capsule parachute shot off the coast of Florida. Landed on the water, it is called “flash down”.

The purpose of the inspiration was to raise 200 million to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Elon Musk’s donation to the Children’s Hospital has also increased by more than ڈالر 200. The new modification or addition to the Dragon spacecraft is the glass dome “Glass Cupola”, the first to be installed in the spacecraft. Dragon Crew spacecraft are only used to deliver astronauts to the space station, which is a combination of the spacecraft and the space station, called “docking”.

Now that the new dragon’s three-day mission was to return to orbit around the Earth instead of the space station, the ship’s mechanism was changed to enjoy all the scenes of the astronauts on this long dragon voyage. I have changed the docking adapter to fit the window “Capula”, which is hidden under the nose “Nosecane” and opens and closes with an airlock system.

Previously, it was open at the junction of the Nescon space station. At an altitude of 575 km, or at Apoji, Kapola’s observation dome is made of three layers of glass, which were fitted perfectly after careful testing. From this Kapula window, the astronauts witnessed the amazing and magnificent scenes of the darkness of the earth and space. The Dragon Crew C-207 was launched into space with the help of Falcon 9, Block 5 rockets. Falcon Barber is a reusable part or stage of Block Five SpaceX. Its altitude range is up to 590 km in Earth orbit.

The Kennedy Space Center. Launched into space from Florida Launching Complex 39A. After 12 minutes, the SpaceX Dragon module detached from the second stage of the rocket and landed. The Crew Dragon spacecraft is fully automated until its launch and landing, and the crew can perform manual operations. The spacecraft’s control system operates with a touch screen, such as a large iPod, with a few switches when all the switches or buttons are touch screen.

Movement in space is controlled like joysticks, the spacecraft is not like driving a normal plane or car because the spacecraft is swinging or floating in space under the weight, its movements are right or left. Instead of forward (forward) and backward (reverse) can be done. Pitch control is controlled by vertical axis or yaw, rotation or roll. The difference between a typical airplane and a spacecraft is the amount of gravity that is almost non-existent in space. That’s why planes hang in space.

Who are the four astronauts? Jericho Isaac Mann, the commander of Mission Four, had in mind four pillars, each of which represents the mission. Leadership, 2. Prosperity, 3 Hope and 4. Generosity. So Isaac Mann decided to select his team from St. Jude’s Hospital to give a chance to the most topical candidates from the hospital. He wanted every member to present himself as a pillar that would inspire the new generation of the future.

Mission Commander Jericho Isaac Mann, 38, is a business tycoon and has business leadership skills. He heads his company, Shift-4 Payments, which was set up to make payments. Jerk has borne the cost of this first civilian mission and paid ایکس 100 million to SpaceX. Ever expelled from school, Isaac Mann says, “Some people have gone into space before and many more have to go!” Nurse Haley “Hope” and Christopher Sambroux as a mission specialist are part of the team as a symbol of “generosity” and a fourth pillar.

Dr. Xi’an was born on March 28, 1970, in Haganta, Guam, the capital of Guam. She has loved space since she was young. His father lived on Guam’s remote ground and provided technical services during the Apollo space mission. He then moved with his family to the United States, where he enrolled in high school. She graduated with a degree in environmental science in 1992, followed by a master’s degree in geology from Arizona University in 1998, and a doctorate in science education in 2006.

She is a community caterer and professor of geology and is serving. He is also an aerospace education officer in the Arizona Wing’s Civil Air Patrol. Dr. Sahiba was a potential candidate for NASA’s Group 20 in 2009, but unfortunately she was not selected. Now his long-cherished dream as a pilot in Inspiration for Mission has been fulfilled, giving him a seat of happiness after a competition. She sells her art jewelry through the Shift4 Shop she created. In the competition, she made a video that draws people to her shop. Part created.

Medical officer Hayley Arceneaux is the youngest member of the team. Born on December 4, 1991, this brave girl has now won the title of the youngest astronaut in the United States. Haley was stricken with cancer when she was ten years old. Her parents treated her at St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. After several surgeries, including a knee replacement operation, she won the battle against cancer with chemical treatment and recovered.

Haley received her Spanish language assistant degree in 2014, while Haley took an assistant degree in physics in 2016. Inspired by her experience of overcoming her illness, she set out to help others get rid of the disease. Then he started working in the same children’s hospital. Due to the background of this story, it has been placed as a pillar of inspiration for “hope”.

Isaac Mann’s goal was to show that going on a space trip after recovering from cancer at the age of 55 would also be a source of great encouragement to sick children who are battling cancer, so that would be their hope. “Even though I wasn’t physically fit for space travel, I had a rod in my leg, so I could have been disqualified for NASA’s astronaut program,” says Haley of her space experience.

The mission expert is Christopher Sembrokis. He was born on August 28, 1979, in Kannapolis, North Carolina. Sambrooks is a science graduate of Embry Riddle Aeronatic University. He joined the US Air Force as an electromechanical technician. Sambroux has been fascinated by space since college. He served as a counselor at the Space Camp, an educational camp in Huntsville. In addition, Sambrooks volunteered for space to a non-profit organization, Advocates for Space Flight. A sincere friend showed generosity in ensuring his election and included him in the Inspiration 4 team.

Although Sambrooks, like thousands of other candidates at St. Jude’s Hospital’s Rewards Scheme, bought tickets, his close friend lost his seat in the race to win the seat, so this kind friend handed over the seat he had won to Sambrox, because he knew. They have been attached to space for a long time and are truly entitled to this seat. The four astronauts underwent six months of rigorous training, including simulation, zero-gravity flight, high-zero gravity jet flying, underwater and centrifuge training.

The four astronauts have been experiencing high-altitude travel since 1999 when the space shuttle mission STS-103 repaired the Hubble Telescope. The altitude is 575 km while the ISI space station is 250 km from the ground. The astronauts’ experiments in their mission include radiation, movement, sleep, data collection of heart rate and study of the amount of oxygen in the blood and its condition. He also noted the noise and light intensity measurements in the cabin of the Dragon spacecraft and how the data of molecular processes change on the human body in space. The astronauts also used a new device called tterflyIQ + Ultrasound.

This is the first space flight mission to be tested with artificial limbs. The results of this study will be the basis for NASA to determine whether astronauts with such artificial limbs will be allowed to travel in space in the future. This space mission has made SpaceX think about the convenience of a bathroom. The foul smell of the bathroom has been felt intensely in this long space flight, so the need for a good bathroom will be taken into account in the next tourist space trip.

Jeff Bezos’s company, Bleavergin, has also announced its second tourist flight in October, with legendary actor William Schanter as a surprise along with four astronauts. William is famous for his role as Captain Kirk in the popular TV series “Star Trek”. The story of Star Trek is also the story of astronauts who board their spacecraft and explore new worlds.

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