Do you want to look down but can't afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars that space tourism companies charge? Virgin Galactic has the solution. In one of his first commercial spaceflights, Richard Branson awarded two seats to lucky lottery winners.
From the start, New Shepard was designed to fly above our line of work so that there is no star next to the names of any of our astronauts. For 96% of the world's population, the area starts from 100 km from the Kerman Line at the international level. pic.twitter.com/QRoufBIrUJ- Blue Origin (blueorigin) July 9, 2021 At 3 a.m., the flight is said to be visiting fellow space traveler Ilan Musk and wishing him well.
These trips typically cost $250,000. This keeps them out of reach of most people, but Branson said that with the participation of the Omaze fundraising platform, a sweepstakes will be held to give you two tickets - one for the winner and one for the guest.
While entry is free, donating to the non-profit organization Space for Humanity increases your chances of winning: $10 per 100 entries, $25, $250, $50, $1000, and $100 buys $2000 to enter. Prize winners will also be flown to Spaceport America at Virgin Galactic Base in New Mexico - including hotel accommodations - and receive a private tour by Branson himself. The flight includes transporting VSS Unity aboard the 50,000-foot double-decker VMS Eve. At that point, the spacecraft is launched and explodes at an altitude of about 250,000 feet, giving views few people have seen and experienced an opportunity to lose weight.
A winner and their guest will participate in the trial sometime in early 2022. The competition ends on September 1st and the winner will be announced on September 29th. p>
Virgin Galactic gives away 2 tickets to her spacecraft