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Christopher Sembroski

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Chris Sembroski
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Chris Sembroski (June 2007)
BornChristopher Sembroski
August 28, 1979
🏳️ Nationality USA
💼 Occupation
  • Data engineer (current)
  • US Air Force missileman (former)
Space tourist aboard Inspiration4

Christopher Sembroski is an American data engineer, Air Force veteran, and space tourist, currently living in Everett, Washington, USA. He is a Lockheed Martin employee and private astronaut for the planned Inspiration 4 mission[1]. The position was given to Sembroski after a friend from Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University had declined the prize, transferring it to Sembroski. Sembroski has long had an interest in space, being an amateur astronomer and rocketeer.[2][3][4] He is now preparing, with the three other crew members, to fly on the Inspiration 4 mission to space.[5]


Sembroski grew up in Kannapolis, North Carolina[1]. During college, Sembroski volunteered for ProSpace, a nonprofit organization advocating for private spaceflight.[3] Sembroski also was a counselor at Space Camp, a government-funded educational camp in Huntsville, Alabama which promotes science, technology, engineering, and math to children and teenagers.[2][3] After college, Sembroski joined the United States Air Force as a missileman, a position he served up until recently.[6] Sembroski now serves as a data engineer for Lockheed-Martin.[4]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Julie Muhlstein (2021-04-18). "Everett's own spaceman thrilled to join all-civilian mission]". The Everett Herald. Retrieved 2021-04-20.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Kenneth Chang (2021-03-30). "A Billionaire Names His Team to Ride SpaceX, No Pros Allowed". New York Times. Archived from the original on 2021-03-30. Retrieved 2021-03-30.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Rachel DeSantis (30 March 2021). "Meet First All-Civilian Space Crew, Who Are 'Pushing Boundaries' on Inspiration4-SpaceX Mission". People.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Nancy Dunn (30 March 2021). "Two space fans – including Everett man – get seats on billionaire's private flight". NPR. KNKX. Associated Press.
  5. "Inspiration4 - Home". Inspiration4. Retrieved 2021-04-24.
  6. "Missiles to symphonies". Air Force Space Command. Retrieved 4 April 2021.

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