Sisel Space Flights

The Best (And Only) Space Flight You Can Get

No, This Is Not A Typo

We are really offering space flights. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. It is your very own chance to be etched in history. It is also a great chance to experience the amazing views of our galaxy. From quasars to supernovas, this trip has it all. Here is just a few things you will see on the tour.

Red Super Giants

White Dwarfs


Black Holes


And Much Much More!

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Main Sequence Stars

A main sequence star is a star that is fusing hydrogen atoms to make helium. 90% of all stars are main sequence stars. Sometimes, these stars are very big. They are called massive main sequence stars. These stars are mostly the color blue.

Red Giants/Supergiants

After all of a stars hydrogen is used up, it expands and cools. At this point it becomes a red giant. Red Giants are among the coldest and biggest things in the universe. A red supergiant usually forms from the massive main sequence stars. They are colder and bigger than regular red giants.

White Dwarfs

Eventually, a red giant burns through all of its nuclear fuel. After this happens, the stars outer layers are ejected into space. The core is all that remains. This is called a white dwarf. A white dwarf is a small star that is very hot.


A supernova is the explosive death of a very large star. When a supernova happens, it can outshine an entire galaxy for several weeks before dying out. This type of an explosion is only created by the death of a red supergiant.

Neutron Stars

After a supernova, there are three things that the gas can reform into. The first of these is the neutron star. A neutron star is the densest and smallest star in the universe. As you could probably guess, a neutron star is made of almost all neutrons.

Black Holes

Another thing that can form out of a supernova is a black hole. Black Holes are the cold remnants of an old star. A black hole has such a big gravitational pull, that not even the fastest thing in the universe can escape its gravity; light.

Globular Cluster

A globular cluster is a big ball of stars that is bound together by gravity. It is mainly formed by older stars. The globular clusters in the Milky Way contain some of the oldest stars in the universe.

Open Cluster

An open cluster is a big ball of stars that is bound together by gravity. The difference between an open cluster and a globular cluster is that the stars in an open cluster are much younger. Also, the stars in an open cluster have more of a loose gravitational pull.

Spiral Galaxy

Spiral galaxies are a flat, rotating disc of stars. When you look at one, it seems to have a bunch of arms reaching out into space. The main concentration of stars is called the bulge.

Elliptical Galaxy

An elliptical galaxy is a galaxy that seems to have the shape of an oval. Unlike a spiral galaxy, an elliptical galaxy has no arms. Also different than spiral galaxies, elliptical galaxies have a 3-D shape.

Stellar Nebula

A stellar nebula is the nebulae that surrounds a star. It may also be known as a star's shell. Stellar nebula can be some of the coolest pictures because it is illuminated so well in the sky.

Planetary Nebula

A planetary nebula is the emission nebula that has a glowing shell. It is made of ionized gas thrown into space by red giants. This can only happen after a big red giant dies.


Quasars are the matter ejected into space from distant galaxies. They are the luminous versions of distant galaxies. Some people believe that they are the end of wormholes out of black holes.