Inside the first SPACE HOTEL that could open in two years, where guests can pay a hefty $ 10MILLION for the chance to drive in the Earth's circuit and see 16 sunrises a day
- Aurora Station will launch in 2021 with the guests welcome at 2022
- Interior publications of the room hotel was released Thursday
- Guests will be able to stay in luxury for 12 days aboard the prestigious hotel
- Six people – four customers and two crews – can enjoy 16 sunrises and sunsets  But outside this trip, customers will put customers back a staggering $ 9.5 million
Recently published interior performances of the first room hotel make the holiday outside this world one step closer to reality.
Aurora Station is ready for launch in 2021, and images released Thursday give potential vacationers a look inside the luxury $ 9.5million trip.
Sleeping sheets and televisions are included in the sleek and futuristic design for the expensive 12-day visit.
The experience will allow guests to test out zero gravity and gaze at stunning views of the Earth as well as see an average of 16 sunrises and sunsets a day.
Interior views of Aurora Space Hotel was released Thursday
Pictures showing sleeping pods, televisions and a futuristic design of the world's first room hotel
Aurora Station will welcome 2021 with guests 2022
The project was announced in April at the Space 2.0 Summit in San Jose, California.
California-based company Orion Span said the luxurious "space hotel" will be in circulation within two years and could w elcome passenger within five years.
Orion Span was founded by Frank Bunger, now CEO, and the company claims it is the mission to set up six people at once – four paying passengers and two crews.
Orion Span was founded by Frank Bunger, now CEO. & # 39; Build and maintain human communities in space accessible to everyone. & # 39;
& # 39; We developed Aurora Station to provide a turnkey destination in space, & # 39; said Bunger at the summit.
& # 39; At launch, Aurora Station begins operating immediately, bringing travelers to space faster and at a lower price point than ever before, while still providing an unforgettable experience.
Although the company intends to build the space station itself, it has not yet confirmed launch details with other companies.
Inspired by the International Space Station (ISS), Aurora Station is considerably smaller.
It is about the size of a large private cabin that measures 43.5 feet long with a width of 14.1 meters and has a pressure volume of 5,650 cubic meters.
Inspired by the International Space Station (ISS), Aurora Station is significantly smaller. It is about the size of a large private cabin that measures 43.5 feet long with a width of 14.1 meters and has a pressure volume of 5,650 cubic meters
It is assumed that the room hotel will be modular in design, making it easier to start and add at a later date.
Bunger told Forbes: "When guests turn home to Earth, we treat them to a welcome welcome. "
Although it is a room hotel and offers all the bells and whistles For guests, Aurora will also serve other functions outside of hospitality.
& # 39; Aurora Station is incredibly versatile and has multiple applications besides serving as a hotel, & # 39; explains Bunger.
& # 39; We will offer full charters to room agencies seeking to achieve human orbital space travel for a fraction of the cost – and only pay for what they spend.
& # 39; We will support zero gravity research and space production.
& # 39; Our architecture is such that we can easily add capacity so that we can grow with the demand for the market as a city grows skyward on earth. & # 39;
Guests will be able to stay in luxury for 12 days aboard the beating hotel