Construction on the First-Ever Space Hotel Will Begin in 2025
Couple in room at Voyager Station Space Hotel
Courtesy of Voyager Station
Have you always dreamed of seeing space? For the most part, space lovers everywhere could only think of enjoying the galaxies through the experiences of astronauts and photos or videos made available by space agencies. But now there's something new for those looking forward to visiting the galaxies: According to the Daily Mail, Orbital Assembly Corporation (OAC) is slated to begin building the world's first hotel in space in 2025. This extraordinary vacation spot has everything from restaurants and movie theaters , but with its unique infrastructure it will also circle up to 400 guests all over the world.
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This hotel, formerly known as Voyager Station, rotates in a large circle and has a gravity similar to the lunar surface. While its features already seem far from what hotels are here on earth, it is actually supposed to resemble a cruise ship-like experience - including a spa and themed restaurants.
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However, you need to be patient in planning a visit. The station will not open its doors until 2027 at the earliest, but it has modules attached to the outer rings of the space station. The Gateway Foundation will operate 24 modules for exclusive crew, air, water and power areas. Some also have gyms, kitchens, restaurants, bars, and other needs for those staying at the hotel for long periods of time. And thanks to Voyager Station, travelers and space explorers alike can benefit from this new travel location. Private companies, governments, and agencies (like NASA) can even rent and buy modules to build their own mansions or use the area as training for their astronauts.
"This will be the next industrial revolution," said John Blincow, founder of the Gateway Foundation. While he found this will innovate the space industry like never before, there are also formalities that have yet to be worked out - mostly the gravity aspect of travel. "People need gravity so their bodies don't fall apart," Blincow said, noting that this travel experience can help researchers understand how much gravity our bodies really need.
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