PopSci gives us an in-depth look at Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, which can accomodate up to “six passengers and two pilots — permitting plenty of float-around possibilities during the estimated five minutes of weightlessness the vehicle will achieve at the peak of its ascent.” Video after the jump.

The fully pressurized cabin will have 15 windows, including several on the floor and ceiling, permitting passengers to see Earth from multiple angles during their free-floating period. The view will be approximately 1,000 miles in any direction

[via FreshCreation]

PopSci gives us an in-depth look at Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, which can accomodate up to “six passengers and two pilots — permitting plenty of float-around possibilities during the estimated five minutes of weightlessness the vehicle will achieve at the peak of its ascent.” Video after the jump.

The fully pressurized cabin will have 15 windows, including several on the floor and ceiling, permitting passengers to see Earth from multiple angles during their free-floating period. The view will be approximately 1,000 miles in any direction

[via FreshCreation]