It is reported that as per the latest development, the US-based space exploration firm, SpaceVIP, is all set to enter the Indian market next month, which will open up exciting prospects for those who want to venture into outer space. Well, you will need a huge bank balance for this! Gone are the days when astronauts were the solitary occupants of the universe. Nowadays, you can also embark on an interstellar journey if you have big money; a journey that will have all features that you can think of, including luxurious accommodations, along with unparalleled views of the cosmos.
Now, with this development, a new era is dawning with the arrival of SpaceVIP in India, which will introduce this vital space education curriculum. This initiative aims to nurture a new generation of space enthusiasts, paving the way for a future where the cosmos beckons to all. Furthermore, it marks a significant milestone in the company’s ongoing global expansion beyond the borders of the United States.
Headquartered in New York, the company intends to offer a range of space experiences, from space balloons akin to those offered by Space Perspective, to zero-gravity flights that simulate lunar, martian, and zero-gravity environments. It also has plans to take clients to the International Space Station (ISS). Referring to this, the company issued a statement, stating these luxury services will be accessible to clients in India for the first time.
SpaceVIP has set its sights on the Indian market, and is driven by the nation’s burgeoning interest in space activities and the increasing number of HNIs. The company has been closely monitoring India’s recent accomplishments in space education and exploration, including the successful Chandrayaan-3 lunar landing and the recent launch of Aditya-L1 towards the outermost layers of the Sun.
The company’s mission is to cultivate a global culture of curiosity and provide its clients with a deeper understanding of the cosmos, SpaceVIP added.
Further, people will be able to secure tickets for 11 distinct space travel programs. If reports are to go by, these programs can be completed in a single day and require minimal training, anticipating swift ticket sales once regular flights commence.