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SpaceX’s all-civilian crew touch down on Earth after historic three days in orbit

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A SpaceX capsule carrying the first all-civilian crew into space has touched back down on Earth after three days in orbit.

The four amateur astronauts orbited the planet every 90 minutes at a speed of more than 17,000mph and an altitude of 360 miles – higher than the International Space Station and Hubble Telescope – during their time in space.

Their dragon capsule safely parachuted into the ocean just before sunset on Saturday, off the Florida coast where the private flight began three days ago.

Commander Jared Isaacman, pilot Sian Proctor, medical officer Hayley Arceneaux and mission specialist Chris Sembrosk took part in the Inspiration4 mission, making them first to circle the world without a professional astronaut.

 Sky News

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