Trip To Space!!

By: Cristian Becerra

The Universe

The universe is forever expanding. It will eventually collapse in on its self so make sure you book a trip now to see what you can discover before it gets destroyed.

First Ever Trip

This will be the first time a normal civilian like yourself will be allowed to travel the universe. With our state of the art technology you will feel like you never left Earth. So book now for only $249,999.

Our Ship

We have state of the art technology on pr shop and enough space to make sure you aren't cramped into a small space. Our ship has its own artificial gravity and we have even established farms and have a large supply of food to last us a lifetime.

Look at the many different stars!!

Guaranteed to be a blast!!

Black Dwarf

A Black Dwarf is stellar remnant, it is a white dwarf that has cooled sufficiently to the point where it no longer emits significant heat or light.


Globular Cluster: group of stars that look like a ball. There may be up to ine million stars in a globular cluster.

Open Cluster: Group of closely grouped stars that are usally located along spiral disk of a galaxy


Stellar Nebula: place where stars are born

Planetary Nebula: Ringed shaped dust

Red Super Giant

Red supergiants are the largest stars in the universe. They are a large red star late in its life cycle.

Black Hole

An object in space so massive that even light cant escape it


A star that suddenly increases in brightness because of a catastrophic explosion which rejects most of its mass

Main sequence star

Longest portion of a starts life, when it goes through fusion


A very distant, very bright, star like object , believed to produce their energy from massive black holes


Spiral: consist of a flat roasting disk contesting stars dust and gas

Elliptical: unlike other galaxies these are more the dimensional and stars are in somewhat random orbit around the center

Irregular: Have a lot of star formation going on, this makes them very bright and they dont have a specific shape.


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Info Source:

"Astronomy." Holt Science & Technology: Astronomy. Austin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2005. N. pag. Print.