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September 15th, 2021

Tonight at 8:02 PM EST, the first all-civilian spaceflight launched into orbit from the renowned Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Inspiration4 crew along with the Spaceship, Dragon, will be up for three days, orbiting the Earth every 90 minutes. It will ultimately splash down at a yet unspecified landing site off the Florida Coast.


Yes, this flight does feature yet another billionaire in space, but perhaps one with a special conscience indicated by his choice of a crew. Now the crew commander, the 38-year old Jared Isaacman, who like so many of us, dreamed throughout his life about going to space, chose his crew carefully, which in a sense, indicated his hope for the democratization of space flight. In a gracious statement, indicative of his beliefs, he noted, “We try to be very thoughtful on our approach on this to hopefully set the standard for other missions to follow, and that in our mind is a lot about the responsibilities we have here on Earth in addition to what we hope can be achieved in space.”

Hayley Arceneaux, medical officer on the flight, has currently been working physician’s assistant at St. Jude, the hospital where she managed to survive bone cancer at the age of 10. She now becomes the youngest American to fly into orbit. Through soliciting donations to the hospital, Issacman is has used the potential for joining the mission as a way to raise 200 million dollars for that same hospital where Hayley now works.

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I personally believe that we are all given a special mission in life- one that is distinctly ours if we can find it. And sometimes missions unavoidably and unexpectedly find their way into our lives. Such went the seat now taken by 42-year old Chris Sembroski, a Lockheed Martin employee and former Air Force veteran, who donated to St. Jude in the hope of sinning a seat, but didn’t win. But as fate would have it, a friend of his did win- and donated the seat to him. He now serves as the mission specialist, doing scientific experiments between playing his ukulele. Again, mindful of the mission, the ukulele will be auctioned off after the mission to fund St. Jude.

The fourth seat went to Sian Proctor, 51, a former astranaut finalistwho tweeted to Isaacman’s company, promising to bring artwork and poetry into space. She is the fourth Black female astranaut in space and will be titled pilot of the mission.

This flight hopefully will cement the possibility for the future of private investment in commercial spaceflight. Hopefully, we will take not only our physical bodies into Space but a sense of our connection to a Higher Power and the peace and happiness that that Connection brings presents to those who believe that our humanness is a gateway to something more lofty than mundane human consciousness. As residents of Earth, we have sometimes been given to devise limited and dangerous technologies. I fervently hope that this and other technologies will rest in the hands of those with the requisite conscience and direction that our planet and its populations deserve.


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