From liftoff to landing.
The Days After Four “Non-Astronauts” Created history by launching into space SpaceX Inspire 4 The crew is set to land on Saturday night. The crew includes tech billionaires Jared Isaacman, who served as mission commander; Hayley Arcinex, a health care worker and cancer survivor; Dr. Sean Proctor, the fourth black female astronaut; And Chris Sambrowski, a data engineer who won his seat in the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule atop a Falcon 9 rocket. They launched on 15th September at 8:02 pm Kennedy Space Center.
The group’s space journey is tentatively set to end with a splashdown at 7:06 p.m. EST in the Atlantic Ocean off Florida, though SpaceX It did not say where the splashdown would take place.
The crew of Inspiration4, the first private orbital space mission, spent Friday conducting medical research, talking to pediatric cancer patients via Zoom, delivering live video updates on YouTube, playing guitar and chatting with movie star Tom Cruise.
The Inspire 4 mission is being paid for by Isaacman, which is promoting the flight as a massive fundraising effort St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
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The goal is to raise $200 million, and Isaacman has previously pledged $100 million. Arceneaux, 29, was treated for childhood cancer at St. Jude’s and now works as a physician assistant there. He was selected to represent the hospital on Inspiration4 and has served as the mission’s medical officer.
Proctor, 51, a finalist to become a NASA astronaut in 2009, said the mission is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. As the fourth black female astronaut, she said she hopes to inspire a new generation of women of color to think about “reaching for the stars” by serving as a mission pilot.
Sambrowski, a 42-year-old data engineer from Everett, Washington, was chosen from among those donating to St. Jude. He said that being a part of the mission has been inspiring for him and his family and he hopes it will inspire others.
Here’s a guide on how to watch the SpaceX landing splashdown for Inspiration4 from your phone, tablet, computer, social media platform or TV.
SpaceX will stream the SpaceX landing, Inspire 4 splashdown
where: SpaceX Channel on YouTube
When: 7 p.m. EST Saturday
About the stream: After three days in orbit, Dragon and the Inspiration4 crew — the world’s first all-civilian mission in orbit — will return to Earth on Sept. 18, separating at approximately 7:06 a.m. EST in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida.
How to Watch SpaceX’s Landing on Twitter
Ahead of the Inspiration 4 launch, SpaceX took to Twitter to share a series of questions and answers with the crew. While in Space, He Keeps It Up – The Crew St. Judes. interacted with patients of and gave live updates on Friday evening about his multi-day trip aboard the Dragon spacecraft into orbit.
SpaceX will broadcast the landing livestream on Twitter from 7 p.m. EST on Saturday. meeting twitter.com/spacex.
How to watch SpaceX’s landing from your phone
When and where: Full coverage of the landing including live webcast with live tweets and updates will begin at around 6 pm on Saturday floridatoday.com/space (You can type this on your browser on your phone) and it will have deep coverage. ask us Space team reporter Emre Kelly Ask questions and start a conversation. You can also see coverage through Florida Today App, which is available in app Store Or Google Play. Part of Florida Today Granthshala NETWORK.
How to watch SpaceX’s landing from your tablet or computer
When and where: At 7 p.m. EST Saturday, SpaceX’s website will carry the YouTube livestream, spacex.com/launches/index.html
When and where: At approximately 6 p.m. EST Saturday, Florida TODAY’s space team will host live coverage floridatoday.com/space.
How to Watch SpaceX’s Landing from Roku, Amazon Fire?
For viewers who have a Roku box or Amazon Fire TV Stick, select the YouTube app, search the SpaceX channel, and click the Inspiration4 splashdown video. Livestreaming begins Saturday at 7 p.m. EST.
Will SpaceX land a livestream from Facebook?
No, SpaceX does not have an official Facebook page. although there is a Facebook page for inspirationThe mission was not livestreamed on social media platforms. The page, which had more than 14,000 followers as of Friday night, reposted links to launch coverage, St. Jude chats and orbit updates via YouTube.