• Looking down at our planet earth from space
  • View down on earth you can experience as a private astronaut
  • View of Earth from the moon experience sunrise and sunset
  • ISS stunning view on earth
  • Water droplet surface tension in space
  • Porthole view of Earth from space

Discover Space

“I thought at one point, if you could be up in heaven, this is how you would see the planet. And then I dwelled on that and said, no, this is more beautiful. This is what heaven must look like”. 

Mike Massimino, NASA Astronaut.

Do you want to see the world? As in literally gaze upon The Blue Marble of Earth as was photographed in 1972 by the crew of the Apollo 17 spacecraft from 29,000km away. 

Using the same launchpad as the Apollo team, explore beyond the Karman line on a circumlunar flight, take a voyage to the International Space Station (ISS) or a mission to the surface of a near-Earth asteroid. 

See the Earth as a whole, in all its beauty. From the surface, it appears finite. In space, it is just one of an innumerable number of celestial bodies in a seemingly endless sable blackness. To look down and see our planet, accompanied by the realisation you are not on it, is indescribable. Many astronauts have tried, but not been able to find the words. 

See the sun rise 16 times in 24 hours as you orbit the Earth, or marvel at mankind’s straight lines and structures contrasting the rough terrain that was sculpted by immense geological forces over millennia. Witness balls of ice and dust heated and lit by the sun. Discover the lifecycle of stars as they are born, exist and eventually die. 

For those wanting an in-flight education, learn how to grow plants in a hydrofuge, distil whiskey in space or ferment cheese in microgravity. 

And what better place to bring science to life. Go beyond laboratory experiments and test the effects of zero-gravity on Newton’s Laws of Motion for yourself. Or see how surface tension causes water droplets to form perfect spheres first-hand. 

Becoming a private astronaut requires a three-month training period, but once completed, you will be one of fewer than 600 people in the human race who have had the opportunity to go to space. 

If time is a limiting factor, discover near space instead (no training required). Lift-off from just about anywhere on earth on a profound journey to the edge of space, far above that of any airplane. 

Witness the dawn breaking as you float up between the Armstrong limit and the Kármán line in a state-of-the-art pod. In serene peacefulness, gently cruise through near space to literally and metaphorically change your perspective of our planet. 

From a height of 22 miles, witness the hazy airglow along the Earth’s curvature, accentuated by the blackness of space. Choose to increase your speed whilst descending, to achieve a minute of microgravity as you return to Earth. Or dine on Michelin star cuisine as you float through the stratosphere. 

Every journey to space is created to suit your needs and desires by your own space flight designer. 

The sky is not the limit, it’s the destination. 

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