As long as there is & other; Such ability & throughout; With today's technology, the sky and the earth can do anything.While Japan & other; Billionaires & RDquo; Maezawa Yoji, in & LDquo; Such ability & throughout; Has been the first to realize their dream of space tourism.
A few days ago, the Russian Soyuz successfully launched, only 46 years old Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, with his assistant aboard this spacecraft, in the astronauts Alexander & Middot; Accompanied by Misurkin, they flew together to the International Space Station.
After a six-hour flight to the International Space Station,Maezawa and his crew will spend 12 days aboard the space station, becoming the first Japanese to pay their own way to the iss.
The iss is about 400 kilometers above the earth's surface, a step further than bezos and Branson's recent sky tourism project, which is about 100 kilometers near the Karman Line.
Mr. Maezawa paid an undisclosed price for trips to the Space station through Space Adventures, a space-travel company.
But seats on the Soyuz, previously bought by NASA for American astronauts, cost as much as $81.7 million, maezawa said. Charter flights & throughout; There is a high probability of exceeding that number.
Maezawa has been preparing for space for a long time. As early as June this year, Maezawa and his assistant went to Russia to receive pre-flight training at the Gagarin astronaut training Center. The training process is quite challenging.
In addition to trips to the International Space Station, Maezawa also photographed Orders for Musk's SpaceX trips around the moon,Maezawa will become the first person to travel to the moon when SpaceX launches its Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) in 2023 for a week-long space flight.