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Founded in 1998, Space Adventures, Inc. is the world’s premier private spaceflight company and the only company currently providing opportunities for private astronauts to fly to and live in space. To date we have arranged …
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A BEAUTIFUL PLANET – IMAX
We cannot recommend this movie enough! It was shot almost entirely by astronauts on board the International Space Station in stunning IMAX quality, and so provides an incredibly realistic glimpse into life on board, as well the true beauty of Earth as seen from space.
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1. It’s in low-Earth orbit The ISS is in low-Earth orbit. This means that even though it is in space it is still subject to Earth’s gravity and is falling back to Earth, but it [...]
Positioned on the Earth facing side of the International Space Station (ISS) the Cupola provides extraordinary views of the Earth. The Cupola juts out from the main structure of the ISS and has six side [...]
Today, there are only two vehicles that can carry humans into space. One is the Russian Soyuz, the other is the Chinese Shenzhou (see below). Only Chinese professional astronauts (or taikonauts) are allowed to fly [...]
Soyuz Rocket The Soyuz spacecraft launches on the Soyuz rocket, which like the spacecraft has a long track record of successful operation. First flown in 1966, Soyuz rockets in various configurations are used to launch [...]
At Space Adventures we are often asked why private citizens should fly to space. So I asked our previous spaceflight client, Richard Garriott, who spent 12 days on the International Space Station in 2008. Here [...]