What is your metophorical spaceship?
You know, that thing you have always wanted to build and be the greatest at!
If Richard Branson was a kid looking up at the stars and thought he could reach them one day, he was dreaming boldly. Now, I know many may question, did he get to space or just climb really high into the sky? To that, I say, does it matter?
He did something almost everyone on this planet will never experience.
Just after 9:15 in the morning of Sunday, July 11th 2021, the SpaceShipTwo detached from its mothership and dropped momentarily before its engine screamed to life and the vehicle swooped upward. On board, the passengers experienced up to three Gs of force from the burst of extreme acceleration and watched the blue sky fade into the star-speckled darkness of outer space. At the top of the flight path, more than 50 miles high, the vehicle was suspended in weightlessness for a few minutes, allowing the passengers to enjoy panoramic views of the Earth and space as SpaceShipTwo flipped onto its belly. It then deployed its feathering system, which curls the plane’s wings upward, mimicking the shape of a badminton shuttlecock, to turn the spaceship rightward as it flew back into the Earth’s thick atmosphere and glided back down to a runway landing.
This was not the first attempt.
There had been 2 prior failed attempts and decades of work before their successful launch and return. Isn’t that how it goes.
The London-born founder of Virgin Atlantic Airways wasn’t supposed to fly until later this summer. But he assigned himself to an earlier flight after Bezos announced plans to ride his own rocket into space from Texas on July 20, the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Branson denied he was trying to outdo Bezos.
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My maiden name is Dubien, which is of French descent. In loose translation, it means “do good”.
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