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40 YEAR AFTER THE MOON LANDING. BE THE NEXT TO TRAVEL TO THE 'MOON'

40 years after the moon landing.
Be the next to travel to the “moon.”

President John F. Kennedy presented the greatest scientific challenge in history; that was landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to Earth. The last flight of the Apollo program was in 1972. No man has traveled to the moon since, but now you can enjoy breathtaking sights no man has seen for nearly half a century. Reservations to this 2-passenger LUNAR MISSION have begun.

Before the mission you train at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Russia. Then you will board the Soyuz rocket destined for space. Your Soyuz spacecraft, which will dock with an upper stage booster while in low orbit before starting the 3 day journey to the moon, will circumnavigate the moon about 100km above its surface. You will be able to see the Tycho Crater featured in the movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey, the Copernicus Crater, which is said to be the most beautiful crater on the moon, and see the Fra Mauro Highlands up close where Apollo 13 was unable to land. And of course you will be able to see the other side of the moon you have never seen before from the Earth.

And last but not least, you will be able to witness the rising of the Earth. The Earth seen from the moon waxes and wanes just like the moon we see from the Earth. The sight of Earth rising from beyond the lunar horizon will surely be the most dramatic moment of this mission. The lunar mission is an expedition organized by Space Adventures and their Russian partners. The spacecraft, developed using Soyuz rocket technology, is expected to launch in 2017. Space Adventures, based in the United States, is the only company to have arranged flights to space for private individuals.

SPACESHIP TO LUNAR
MOVIE:Space Adventures Circumlunar Misson

LUNAR SPACE TRAVEL by SPACE ADVENTURES

40 years after the moon landing.
Be the next to travel to the “moon.”

President John F. Kennedy presented the greatest scientific challenge in history; that was landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to Earth. The last flight of the Apollo program was in 1972. No man has traveled to the moon since, but now you can enjoy breathtaking sights no man has seen for nearly half a century. Reservations to this 2-passenger LUNAR MISSION have begun.

Before the mission you train at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Russia. Then you will board the Soyuz rocket destined for space. Your Soyuz spacecraft, which will dock with an upper stage booster while in low orbit before starting the 3 day journey to the moon, will circumnavigate the moon about 100km above its surface. You will be able to see the Tycho Crater featured in the movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey, the Copernicus Crater, which is said to be the most beautiful crater on the moon, and see the Fra Mauro Highlands up close where Apollo 13 was unable to land. And of course you will be able to see the other side of the moon you have never seen before from the Earth.

And last but not least, you will be able to witness the rising of the Earth. The Earth seen from the moon waxes and wanes just like the moon we see from the Earth. The sight of Earth rising from beyond the lunar horizon will surely be the most dramatic moment of this mission. The lunar mission is an expedition organized by Space Adventures and their Russian partners. The spacecraft, developed using Soyuz rocket technology, is expected to launch in 2017. Space Adventures, based in the United States, is the only company to have arranged flights to space for private individuals.

SPACESHIP TO LUNAR
MOVIE:Space Adventures Circumlunar Misson