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UK First Space tourism travel agency opens

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There’s now a space tourism agency in the United Kingdom that wants to send you to space.

Launched by RocketBreaks in London, the agency offers prospective travellers a full range of services, including coordinating flights, accommodations, meals, and dedicated training programmes to be an astronaut.

As part of the package, you can also take a day trip into space, experience weightlessness, and board the Aurora Station.

Imagine what it would be like to have a room with views… of over a million stars? This is the idea behind Aurora Station, the first luxury hotel currently being constructed for the sole purpose of providing spacious accommodations.

Aurora Station is scheduled to open in 2022 and is being developed by the California aerospace company Orion Span. The luxury space hotel will be able to accommodate four guests and two crew members for a 12-day vacation in orbit.

You can witness the sunrise 16 times a day and view land and oceans from a whole new perspective.

Space travel will undoubtedly change your perspective.

Aurora Station is not the only destination available. SpaceX is also developing opportunities for Mars travel.

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First, you will need to become a member of a training centre trained by RocketBreaks, which will optimize your body for space travel.

RocketBreaks offers a waitlist of future space tourists that will be notified the moment reservations open.

David Doughty, president and founder of RocketBreaks, says space is without a doubt the future of travel.

As early entrants, we plan on making RocketBreaks one of the leading space travel agencies, he says.

It is clear that there is enough excitement and demand for space travel, whether on a day trip, to experience the absence of gravity, to see the world in a completely new light, or even to stay in space.

Virgin Galactic, founded by Sir Richard Branson, is expected to start commercial operations in 2022. Branson plans to make the first flight by the end of 2021.

The company recently announced the development of additional spacecraft.

So far, no information has been released about the COVID-19 pass.

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