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Space tourism: SpaceX sends all-civilian crew into orbit


For the first time in history, an all-civilian mission has launched to orbit. The crew of four novices will spend three days orbiting the Earth in a SpaceX spacecraft without a professional astronaut on board.

Added on the 16/09/2021 19:14:29 - Copyright : AFP EN

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