Watch as Virgin Galactic’s first passenger flight takes off with Richard Branson on board

Virgin Galactic is set to launch its first passengers to space tomorrow morning, and you can watch the whole thing right here. The launch is scheduled for 7:30 AM Pacific, with streaming festivities (including commentary by Stephen Colbert) starting on the hour. Update: The launch has been delayed by 1.5 hours due to weather. New…

Watch as Virgin Galactic’s first passenger flight takes off with Richard Branson on board

Virgin Galactic is set to introduce its very first travelers to area tomorrow early morning, and you can enjoy the entire thing right here. The launch is arranged for 7: 30 AM Pacific, with streaming celebrations (consisting of commentary by Stephen Colbert) beginning on the hour.

Update: The launch has actually been postponed by 1.5 hours due to weather. New target time is 7: 30 AM Pacific, 8: 30 AM regional.

This launch is the 22 nd for VSS Unity, Virgin Galactic’s very first spacecraft to leave the environment. As in the past, Unity will leave the Spaceport connected to the stomach of VMS Eve, which will take it up out of the thickest part of the environment.

Unity will drop off and spark its rocket engine, reaching speeds approaching Mach 3 up until it reaches the 80 kilometer mark, the most affordable elevation thought about to be in area. When the engines shut down, the pilots and guests will delight in a brief duration of weightlessness and naturally spectacular views.

The entire thing will be livestreamed, from the ground and, connection allowing, from the craft itself. When they return securely there will be a victorious interview and, incredibly, live music from Khalid.

I’ll exist on the ground, however you can see what I see by tuning in to the main stream listed below:

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