Space travel: $200,000 per seat

Six months after the solo flight, Virgin Galactic achieved another milestone last Friday. After leaving the mothership, the suborbital spacecraft was in the Mojave Desert (in southern California)...

Six months after the solo flight, Virgin Galactic achieved another milestone last Friday. After leaving the mothership, the suborbital spacecraft taxied over the Mojave Desert (in southern California), creating a new record of 14 minutes and 30 seconds. During the test pilots confirmed that everything was running smoothly. This is the fifth time the airship has released the suborbital spacecraft, and the process is as smooth as ever.

The test of the spacecraft solid-liquid rocket engine will begin shortly after, and this side has only been carried out on the ground so far. The trial will begin in the next few months with the aim of making commercial space travel a reality by 2012. At that time, the US New Mexico spacecraft launch landing site that supports horizontal and vertical takeoffs will also be ready.

Obviously, most people do not have the opportunity to participate in space travel. In addition to space travel, as Richard Branson decided to take people into space, people began to discuss the scientific and medical advances that humans will achieve in time.

Of course, if you only want to sit on a spaceship for an experience, you need to pay $200,000 per seat.

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