1st ever all civilian SpaceX mission takes 4 civilians 575 km above earth, check mission details, cost

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Time Magazine has estimated that the ticket of all four passengers must have cost at least $200 million.
In comparative terms, the rocket will fly at 22 times the speed of sound. (Credit: via Twitter/Inspiration4)

Achieving yet another milestone in the commercial utilisation of outer space, Elon Musk founded SpaceX has launched the first ever all-civilian crew space flight into the Earth orbit. The rocket ship that got launched from Florida on Wednesday took off a total of four civilians including the Chief Executive of Shift4 Payments Inc. Jared Isaacman along with three other wealthy space tourists namely- Sian Proctor, Hayley Arceneaux and Chris Sembroski, news agency Reuters reported. The SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule ship which has been named Resilience ascended towards the skies just before the sunset from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.

The capsule which moved past the skies at a shattering speed reached the orbit at 8.03 pm ,Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). As soon as the capsule reached the Earth…
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