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Space Adventures | March 20, 2018
While lovers have long sung about flying to the moon, historically, it’s only been possible for 24 people. And while a space mission remains an improbability for most of us, it may soon be possible for people to fly around the moon.
Space Adventures, a Virginia-based space and aeronautics company, is offering a “circumlunar mission” to those who can afford it. Those on the lunar mission will come within 60 miles of the moon’s surface - the closest anybody has been ...
FEATURES AND ADVICE
IACE Travel | October 26, 2020
In light of international flight restrictions, IACE Travel is offering a different route for travelers missing out on trips to Japan. With the cooperation of Kotohira Bus Company, IACE Travel launches a series of virtual tours to the "Hidden Treasures in Japan." Broadcast live from Japan, this virtual tour series brings tourists to some of Japan's lesser known towns and villages. This is a new way of taking virtual tours than has ever been experienced. Get an idea of where to go an...
TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY,DESTINATION AND TOURISM
Space Perspective | November 16, 2022
Space Perspective unveiled MS Voyager – the world’s first Marine Spaceport for human spaceflight, and the first in a planned fleet of this new class of spaceports globally. Spaceports are sites for launching and receiving spacecraft. Now with the capacity to launch from marine-based sites around the world, in addition to launching from land on Florida’s Space Coast, Space Perspective becomes the first global space travel experience company, offering safe and sustainable journey...
BrainHQ | March 10, 2023
BrainHQ, a brain training system, has recently announced the conclusion of its pilot study, showing that brain training can help space travel. The research was conducted with computerized brain training and Posit Science marketed it.
The researchers found that space travel has a hazardous impact on the brain because of the gravitational forces involved in liftoff and landing, radiation, microgravity, and isolation. These impacts resulted in effects like intracranial pressure, im...
TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY, AIRLINES AND AIRPORTS
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