SpaceX brought another desirable thought for civilian tourists that they are now able to ride in space in a rocket or capsule. This initiative has been taken by four private citizens, their first mission was to be in space without astronauts. Due to this, they came up with an idea to launch a rocket into orbit.
The first private flight was commenced to the space on Wednesday night from Florida with two winners. The mission was directed by Jared Isaacman. However less-well-off private citizens were firstly taken to this SpaceX ride in a rocket to explore the milky-way around.
Isaacman a founder and CEO of Shift4 Payments, a Pennsylvania-based payment processing company, paid an unspecified amount for the three-day expedition in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule. Isaacman spoke in a preflight briefing that “from the start of this mission, I’ve been very aware of how fortunate we are to be part of this history SpaceX is creating right now.”