The Point of no Return

Abbey Wanek

You can see clearly now you've seen the galaxy. It's gonna be a bright future in front of you!

*There is a possibility of seeing everything listed below, but no promises are made*

You absolutely, positively do not want to miss this opportunity! You can get a one way ticket to outer space and this trip is going to be out of this world. You will be able to see things up close that you aren't able to see on our boring planet called Earth. That's why you should come to see the universe because you will regret it if you don't.

Average main sequence star

You definitely want to be able to see a main sequence star. This is a stage in the stars life cycle where small stars spend most of its life cycle. The bigger the star, the less time a star will spend as a main sequence star. During this time, the stars luminosity and temperature will stay mostly the same. This part of the life cycle is kind of life a humans life as an adult. For most of a humans life cycle, they are an adult.

Black Holes

A black hole is one thing you do not want to encounter in space. They may look cool, but they are so massive that not even light can escape its gravity. It is tough to locate them because they do not give off any light.

Elliptical galaxy

These galaxies usually have bright centers and hardly has any dust and gas. You could have this once in a life time experience to see this in real life.

Globular and Open Clusters

Globular Clusters are a tight group of stars that can have up to one million stars and looks like a ball. An open cluster is a group of stars that are close together relative to surrounding stars.

Globular Cluster ->

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Massive main sequence star

A massive main sequence star will not spend a lot of its life as a main sequence star because it has an abundance of mass. They burn their fuel very quickly unlike smaller stars. Massive main sequence stars will eventually become blue giants before their end of their time in this stage. You can see blue giants on your experience in space.

Neutron Star

This is a star that has buckled under gravity to the point that the electrons and protons have splintered together to create neutrons. This happens after a supernova occurs. You could possibly see a small part of this occur on your fabulous journey into outer space.


This is a mountainous explosion in which a massive star crumbles and hurls its outer layers into space. This takes weeks and weeks to occur. A blue star turns into a supernova because they don't have long lives. This happens at the end of the blue stars life cycle. The explosion is so powerful, it can be brighter than a whole galaxy for a few days.

Red Giant

Red giants are huge, reddish stars that are late in its life cycle. Kind of like a senior citizen.

Red Supergiant

This is the largest known star as of right now. But who knows, maybe you'll be the next one to discover a larger star. It is a giant star that is aging and has used most of its hydrogen. Helium is gathering on the inside and the rest of the hydrogen is undergoing nuclear fusion.

Stellar Nebula

This basically is just a cloud of dust and gas floating in space. They are the "basic building blocks of the universe". They are the building blocks of the universe because they are made out of what stars and solar systems are built off of.

Planetary Nebula

This is the next "age group" after the red giant. Planetary nebula is a shell of gas that is made from a red giant. This has nothing to do with a planet. Most times, they just look like planets because of their round shape and the white dwarf in the middle.


A quasar is a very bright,, starlike object that creates energy at a very high rate. Scientists think that they are the most distant objects in the universe.

White Dwarf

White dwarfs are very small, hot, not bright stars that is the leftover center of an old star.
Would you really want to miss this beautiful getaway presented in front of you? You could make everybody that made you jealous of their vacation in the Bahamas, jealous of you. That is why you should take this one way trip to outer space and never come back to this dull, action less planet. Certain limitations apply. Come on, you know you want to. But before you buy your ticket, you probably have one more concern and that is the cost. But don't worry, because tickets are now 50% off for a limited time! So you better buy your ticket ASAP! Prices start at $174,000.