Became known the price of tickets in the space of Blue Origin. Begin to save: this is your only chance

The fact that Blue Origin will start selling tickets for its space tour next year, we have learned in the last month. And if you're not a billionaire, not an astronaut, and not one of the madmen who go to Big Fucking Rocket Elon Musk to Mars, begin to save money: perhaps this is your only chance to visit space. Of course, there are still Vomit Comet, but it does not. Jeff Bezos will take with you to a total of 200 000 dollars. However, there is Virgin Galactic, but they have problems.

Became known the price of tickets in the space of Blue Origin. Begin to save: this is your only chance

However, perhaps the price will rise up to $ 300 000 because of the influx of visitors. You can take the credit.

Space company Blue Origin, one of the favorite projects Bezos, has not made any statements regarding the commercial aviation side, but two experts close to the matter have told Reuters The, that ticket prices will start from 200 thousand dollars per person.

This one-time fee will allow you to go with five other people to a height of 100 kilometers above our planet, which is significantly higher cruising altitude of commercial aircraft. Once there, you will experience several minutes of weightlessness and see the curve of the planet, after which the capsule will fall to Earth. If you just a rich man, who believes that the earth is flat, you definitely will need to fly. The capsule has six windows of observation, which is three times larger than the Boeing 747 aircraft, so you will see all.

Became known the price of tickets in the space of Blue Origin. Begin to save: this is your only chance

Travel with Blue Origin will be autonomous: except you in the cockpit of one will not. However, the company has not even conducted flight tests with real people. Only completed eight test flights without them.

What if the rocket explodes in the middle of the flight? Well, the company has experienced ejection capsule system "in a few weeks."