A Trip To Space And Back

Sit Back Relax And Be Amazed

Where Will We Be Going? And timetable

Take off: 0600 on the 1/1/3001


Journey: We will be making flags with 7 star meals while watching the 'world' literally go by from our rocket entirely made of 67cm thick reinforced glass!


0800, Moon: Our first stop, the moon where we will walk on the moon, do some flips and finally plant our flags in the moon (which we made on the journey.) Then we will climb the highest mountain on the moon! There are moon rocks for sale for $10 each!


0900, Mars: Then we arrive on mars where we will do a tour of mars! Then visit Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in our solar system, it stands 21km high and is 600km across the base.


1200, Neptune: As Neptune is a gas planet, we will fly into the middle of Neptune where we will stay for an hour while all the passengers float around in their space suit!

Science of the trip!

Moon:

  • The average distance from the Moon to the Earth is 384403 kilometers (238857 miles).

  • The Moon orbits the Earth every 27.3 days.

  • Mons Huygens is the tallest mountain on the Moon, it is 4700 meters tall, just over half the height of Mt Everest (8848m).

  • The Moon rotates on its axis in around the same length of time it takes to orbit the Earth. This means that from Earth we only ever see around 60% of its surface (50% at any one time). going on this trip means you can see the full 100%!

  • The side that we can see from Earth is called the near side while the other side is called the far side (it is sometimes called the dark side despite the fact that it illuminated by the Sun just as much as the near side).

  • The effect of gravity is only about one fifth (17%) as strong on the surface of the Moon compared to the strength of gravity on the surface of the Earth


  • Mars:

    Mars is nicknamed the red planet because it is covered with rust-like dust. Even the atmosphere is a pinkish red, colored by tiny particles of dust thrown up from the surface.

    Mars experiences violent dust storms which continually change its surface.

    And has many massive volcanoes and is home to Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in our solar system, it stands 21km high and is 600km across the base.

    Mars has a very thin atmosphere made mostly of carbon dioxide. It is not thick enough to trap the sun's heat like Venus, so the planet is very cold. Temperatures range from -120 Degrees Celsius on winter nights to 25 Degrees Celsius in the summer. Mars has very weak gravity which cannot hold onto the atmosphere well.


    Neptune:

    Neptune is a large planet, nearly four times the size of Earth.

    And suffers the most violent weather in our Solar System.

    Storms have been spotted swirling around its surface and freezing winds that blow about ten times faster than hurricanes on Earth make it the windiest planet.Neptune is a large, water planet with a blue hydrogen-methane atmosphere and faint rings.

    Neptune is covered in thin wispy white clouds which stretch out around the planet.



    Menu

    Once we have finalized our passengers we will meet to discuss what you would like we can bring almost anything to space with our latest technology!

    Features & oportunities

    Glass rocket

    Gold rated seats

    Heated/AC

    Option to drive rocket with assistance


    Price

    This is a once in a life time opportunity, we will only be doing ONE flight, so jump on board now for a amazing price of 99,000!