The DearMoon project is the first civilian mission to the moon to take place in 2023. The mission will use a SpaceX-developed rocket for the week-long trip to the moon and back. Back in 2018, a Japanese entrepreneur named Yusaku Maezawa bought all eight seats on board the rocket.
Maezawa said he wanted to give as many talented people as possible the opportunity to travel aboard the rocket. Maezawa announced this month that he will be selecting eight crew members from around the world, and he has designed the roadmap for anyone who wants to take the trip. Pre-registration must be completed by March 14 at 6:59 a.m. PST.
Everyone who pre-registers for the mission will receive an email regarding the selection process. The second step in this process is an initial screening, which will be completed by March 21 at 6:59 a.m. PST. Step three is the task, step four is an online interview and step five would be a final interview and medical examination that will be carried out at the end of May 2021.
Astronauts aboard the first civilian mission to the moon fly aboard the SpaceX Starship spaceship, which has already been tested. Currently, Starship is not ready for a mission that will involve spacecraft prototypes crashing multiple times during testing. SpaceX developed Starship to transport people and cargo to the moon.
The spacesuits that astronauts wear on the mission were designed by SpaceX. Each suit is tailored to provide a pressurized environment for crew members aboard the spacecraft in the event of a depressurization. The spacesuits also support communication and cooling systems during flight. There is no cost associated with the mission for the chosen ones. You can find the pre-registration page for the mission here.
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