Space travel - Earth pollution!
“Your mission has shown the world that space is for all of us," SpaceX Mission Control radioed as the capsule landed.
"It was a heck of a ride for us... just getting started," replied trip sponsor Mr Isaacman, hinting at more private flights in the future.
I personally think that burning tons of fuel and oxygen for the sake of three or four ‘astronauts’ to enjoy a thrill in space is a cost too high and irresponsible taken that hundreds of square miles of forest has been burned this year alone in several parts of the world! Not to mention global warming.
According to the Guardian newspaper ‘One rocket launch produces up to 300 tons of carbon dioxide into the upper atmosphere where it can remain for years’
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