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Russian Space Hotel With Beautiful Views

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Russian Space Hotel With Beautiful Views. Imagine yourself floating in space hotel and looking down on the beautiful Earth and all of those land dwellers. The Russian company Orbital Technologies has released images of their futuristic hotel that will cost $157,000 for a five-day stay, plus $785,000 for the two-day trip on board a Soyuz rocket. Set to be up and running in 2016, the company promises comforts that will far exceed the International Space Station. You can sleep vertically or horizontally and take a shower in a sealed shower cubicle.

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Futuristic space hotel by Russian company “Orbital Technologies”, where you can sleep vertically or horizontally and take a shower in a sealed shower cubicle.

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Russian Space Hotel With Beautiful Views

On January 12, 2011, Space Adventures and the Russian Federal Space Agency announced that orbital space tourism would resume in 2013 with the increase of manned Soyuz launches to the ISS from four to five per year. However, this has not materialized, and the current preferred option, instead of producing an additional Soyuz, would be to extend the duration of an ISS Expedition to one year. This could happen in 2015, paving way for the flight of new spaceflight participants. The name of British singer Sarah Brightman has been mentioned for such an assignment

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Russian Space Hotel With Beautiful Views

Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space

Russian Space Hotel With Beautiful Views

Somebody is still waiting

articles.cnn.com/2011-08-22