Out-of-this-World Travel

konradv

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I've long since given up the idea that vacationers would be able to visit the moon in my lifetime, but apparently there are plans for a hotel in space to be completed this decade! I'm staggered by the thought of the logistics of it all. Very few will be able to afford it, I'm sure, but it reinvigorates the imagination.

World's first space hotel scheduled to open in 2027
 

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I think it's going to be awesome. I want a B5. Well, I guess that one is nonexistent now but I want something similar.
 

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I think most people would grow tired with space after a day or two.
 

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I think most people would grow tired with space after a day or two.

I disagree entirely with this.

As a kid, I watched every episode of Lost in Space, and found the outer realms to be an absolutely fascinating place.
 

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I think most people would grow tired with space after a day or two.

I disagree entirely with this.

As a kid, I watched every episode of Lost in Space, and found the outer realms to be an absolutely fascinating place.
Yup, Jupiter 2 had loads of room to roam around and huge picture windows to look at space.

Reality is a phone booth with tiny porthole to look out
 

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We need the antigravity room and a ping pong table. Also a bar like in Star Trek (any series), Star Wars or B-5. Ooooh.
 

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I don't think our current space ability would be very comfortable.
 

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