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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A U.S. billionaire who made a fortune in tech and fighter jets is buying an entire SpaceX flight and plans to take three “everyday” people with him to circle the globe this year.

Besides fulfilling his dream of flying in space, Jared Isaacman announced Monday that he aims to use the private trip to raise $200 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, half coming from his own pockets.

The article goes on to state the following:

A female health care worker for St. Jude already has been selected for the mission. Anyone donating to St. Jude in February will be entered into a random drawing for seat No. 3. The fourth seat will go to a business owner who uses Shift4 Payments, Isaacman’s credit card processing company in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Isaacman said in the report, “I truly want us to live in a world 50 or 100 years from now where people are jumping in their rockets like the Jetsons and there are families bouncing around on the moon with their kid in a spacesuit. I also think if we are going to live in that world, we better conquer childhood cancer along the way.”

Isaacman tweeted on Tuesday, “I enjoyed discussing our @inspiration4x mission with @tomcostellonbc and look forward to sharing more in the weeks ahead.”

Isaacman tweeted on Monday, “I want to use this moment to bring humanity together, fuel change on Earth and inspire others to follow their dreams. It’s an honor to partner with @StJude @Shift4Shop @SpaceX to make the first all-civilian mission to space happen.”

Isaacman tweeted on Monday, “Looking forward to seeing that view.”

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    Its all Lies. NASA biggest liars about space since its creation in 1953. Guarantee no one is going anywhere ! All flight paths prove earth is a flat plane. Look them up. You will be blown away.

    • You are 100% correct ! Never ever going.
      Also if they even do go up they will absolutely be forced to sign secrecy documents that earth is a flat plane as states in the bible many times ! If you don’t believe me research it !!! Wake up people and research it !!

  2. Doug S. True that! Or he’ll be in the crosshairs.
    Part of me read this and said
    Oh I want to do that!
    Another part says hell no!
    Another part says is it a farce?
    A …n.a.s.a thing? I’m still on the fence with all that.
    Absolutely appreciate and respect his St Jude support.
    With all the wealth in the world true organizations of like service should never be begging for funds.
    More monetarily blessed would do well to follow his example. I’m sure some do but I really wonder just how many…

  3. Good for St. Jude. Please, no one from Earth to any other planet. It would just be another place we would sent $ to and wined up screwing it up.


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