World’s first SPACE hotel to start in 2025

Rumors are all around that the world’s first space hotel will undergo construction in 2025.

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Rumors are all around that the world’s first space hotel will undergo construction in 2025.

The hotel will feature a cinema, restaurant, spa, and space for 400 guests. Developed by the Orbital Assembly Corporation (OAC), the Voyager Station could be operational as early as 2027. OAC, the firm established by the foundation to realize the vision of an orbiting station, was established in 2018 with the goal of it being operational by 2027.

 With that, the infrastructure of the hotel will also be in working in orbit around the Earth.

The space station will work on artificial gravity generated in the orbit, similar to that present on the surface of the moon. Along with mentioned features, it will also have a series of pods attached to the outside of the rotating ring. These pods could be sold to the likes of NASA and ESA for space research.

However, no such details about the costs have been disclosed so far. But the OAC has revealed the costs incurred would be cheaper because of the already launched space vehicles SpaceX Falcon 9 and the future Starship.  The space station will make plenty of modules with the rings. Some of these 24 modules will be for essential things such as crew quarters, air, water, and power.

The rest of the modules will be sold to private companies. This will in turn start a chain of businesses creating hotels, space, cinemas, and much more. Moreover, these modules purchased by the companies can also be used for training centers to reach Mars.

The idea of an orbiting space station built around a central, circular wheel goes back to the earliest days of space travel, in an idea by Wernher von Braun. He was one of the architects of the NASA Apollo program.

With the advent of space technology, this would be the first-ever project serving people in space. Moreover, it will open doors for further developments, creating a distinct field of operation.