Voyager Station Space Hotel
The Orbital Assembly Corporation has unveiled plans for Voyager Station, the world’s first space hotel set to open by 2027. In addition to living quarters, it will have restaurants, a movie theater, spa, fitness centers, concert venues, and even artificial gravity. How so? It will continuously rotate, pushing the contents of the station out to the perimeter of the station, to simulate gravity on Earth. Only near the center of the station will the feeling of gravity increase. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

The futuristic space hotel will be able to accommodate up to 280 guests and 112 crew members. As for things you’ll be able to do outside of the space station? How about spacewalk, that is after you complete training courses. One caveat, aside from the training that all guests will have to go through: a 3.5-day trip is expected to cost at least $5,000,000 USD.

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Voyager Station Space Orbit Assembly Corporation
Voyager Station Space Orbit Assembly Corporation
Voyager Station Space Orbit Assembly Corporation

We’re trying to make the public realize that this golden age of space travel is just around the corner. It’s coming. It’s coming fast. I think the goal of Stanley Kubrick was to highlight the divide between technology and humanity and so, purposefully, he made the stations and the ships very sterile and clean and alien,” said former pilot John Blincow, who also heads up the Gateway Foundation.



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