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The view of Earth from space is one of the greatest joys of the spaceflight experience. Here’s a preview of what you can expect to see.
Space Adventures’ vision is to open spaceflight and the space frontier to private citizens. Over the next decade, Space Adventures will arrange flights to space for more people than have made the journey since the dawn of the Space Age.
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Founded in 1998, Space Adventures, Ltd. is the world’s premier private space flight company and the only company currently providing opportunities for actual private space flight and space tourism. Using proven equipment and working side-by-side with professional astronauts and cosmonauts, we are the first and only company to have sent self-funded individuals to space. Our clients have cumulatively spent close to three months in space and traveled over 36 million miles.
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International recording artist Sarah Brightman, is Space Adventures’ next client scheduled to launch on her mission to the International Space Station in 2015.
Sarah started training for her flight in January, and is already making great progress. Read more about her training so far.
Satoshi is an awarding winning Japanese advertising executive, who also has a life-long passion for space. He is fulfilling a dream by training with Space Adventures as an International Space Station (ISS) crew member candidate for a flight on a Soyuz TMA spacecraft.
Watch the video below to learn more about Satoshi, his work and his dreams.
Enhance name recognition and grow your business by offering a spaceflight as a competition prize; or reward success, or promote teamwork with our spectacular programs. Read more…
September 18, 2014
Boeing Saves Room for Tourists in Orbital Space Taxi
September 17, 2014
Boeing ‘Space Taxi’ Will Have A Seat For Paying Tourists
January 7, 2015
Space Adventures Announces that Satoshi Takamatsu Will Begin Orbital Spaceflight Training in Star City, Russia
September 16, 2014
Space Adventures Congratulates Boeing on Continued Success in NASA’s Commercial Crew Program
July 16, 2013
Space Adventures Announces Partnership with Japanese Agent
February 12, 2015
Training Update: Soyuz Life Support Systems
Having successfully learned about the Emergency Life Support Equipment, our clients Sarah and Satoshi are continuing their training by studying the Soyuz Life Support systems. The crew dons pressurized suits…
February 9, 2015
Training Update: Seat Liner Molding
In the Soyuz-TMA spacecraft, the seat is more than just a place to sit, it is a safety device designed to absorb the loads of both launch and landing. It…
February 5, 2015
Training Update: Survival Training
Sarah and Satoshi spent some time in the classroom learning about the equipment that is kept in the Soyuz spacecraft for use in the event of an off-target land landing….
November 18, 2014
Reasons you should fly to space
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…
October 7, 2014
10 Best Photos of Earth Taken By Astronauts
Pictures Taken From Space Provide a Look into the Space Travel Experience Since the first astronauts returned with photos showing our planet from a new perspective, our desire to see…