The first woman to fly commercial to space describes what it’s like to see Earth from 55 miles up

On February 22nd, Virgin Galactic’s passenger spaceplane VSS Unity took to the skies above the Mojave Desert in California during a test flight, carrying a type of rider it’s never had before. On board the vehicle was Beth Moses, the first passenger the Unity has ever flown.

Continue Reading . . . https://www.theverge.com/2019/3/16/18267514/virgin-galactic-beth-moses-chief-astronaut-instructor-vss-unity

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