World First Space Hotel, The Voyager Class Space Station to Launch in 2027
For travel enthusiasts and space adventurers, a new form of travel awesome awaits them as the world first space hotel named Voyager Class Space Station set to launch in 2027. The Hotel which would be able to hold up to 400 guests and provide hotel services that are found on earth would be a sight to behold.
The idea of lodging in outer space is already sending many travel enthusiasts into a frenzy. For the travelers and adventurers who truly want a getaway, the Voyager Class Space Station hotel could just offer the perfect solution. The hotel would be designed with the state the art ensuite lounge; there will be bars, restaurants, and even a gym according to plans for the ambitious project.
Brain Behind The World First Space Hotel, The Voyager Class Space Station
Orbital Assembly Corporation (OAC) is the company behind the idea of the world first space hotel and has OAC has announced that construction on the Voyager Class will begin in 2025. According to the information on the OAC website
“The station will be designed from the start to accommodate both national space agencies conducting low gravity research and space tourists who want to experience life on a large space station with the comfort of low gravity and the feel of a nice hotel,”
“The general structure of the space station will be two concentric rings, with the inner one a dedicated docking hub, and the outer ring “the backbone of the station”, providing “mounting for habitable modules, solar panels, radiators, and a rail transport system”.
“Pods which would be attached to the outer ring will serve various purposes. They could be sold to NASA for research and training purposes, while others will provide accommodation for tourists or be used for other onsite hotel amenities. The rotating space station will also be designed to “produce varying levels of artificial gravity by increasing or decreasing the rate of rotation”.
The world first space hotel, the Voyager Class Space Station would open up a new outer space tourist industry.