Tag: space travel

What does six times the weight of gravity feel like?

I ticked off another step in my space readiness program with the completion of G Force training at the NASTAR facility in Philadelphia last week. We’ll experience G forces on both the exit and the re-entry to the earths atmosphere, and the experience can be pretty intense given re-entry involves six times the weight of […]

One step closer to space

I could not have been any more excited to wake up this morning to the news that Virgin Galactic had successfully completed the first free flight of VSS Unity. This is an important milestone on the journey towards consumer space travel, and must have been such a wonderful moment for the teams at both Virgin […]

A visit to Spaceport

Spaceport is the world,s first commercial space travel airport, located in an isolated area of New Mexico, and Virgin Galactic is its current occupant meaning we got the chance to visitΒ this past weekend. After driving for the best part of an hour in our convoy of white Land Rover’s Β (the official vehicle partner of Virgin […]

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