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Space Diving

Jump fromnear-spaceat 30 kilometersaltitude

At 30 km, space diving occurs at 7x higher altitudes than most skydiving experiences.

A space diver's trip to 99% above Earth's atmosphere will take two hours ascending in a 200 meter tall balloon.

At ~30 kilometers altitude, the balloon will start a stable horizontal float, giving the space diver and ground mission control ample time to make the once-in-a-lifetime jump from the edge of space.

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Jump from 30 km!

The space diver will ascend to ~30 kilometers in a 200-meter tall hydrogen balloon with an 8-person gondola and three capsules (pods) suspended under it.

The balloon with the gondola and pods will take off from the spaceport and reach an altitude of ~30 kilometers during a two-hour flight, after which it will float in the stratosphere for two hours before starting its two-hour descend.

At float-altitude of ~30 kilometers in the stratosphere, the space diver will dive in free-fall to Earth from one of the pods, much like Felix Baumgartner did in 2012 (the Red Bull Stratos project), before opening their parachute when reaching the troposphere.

Titans Space dive - in dive close up

For Thrills & Training

TSI is making it possible for daredevil Titans Astronauts and other brave individuals to have this unique experience. The cost of space diving for Titans Astronauts is included in their membership fee.

Non-member individuals can also jump from space - at a cost of $750,000. This includes a 12-month training program (alongside Titans Astronauts), and ownership of their tailor-made spacesuit. Custom payment plans can be arranged upon request and tied to milestones.

Training & Preparation

Diving from near-space at ~30 kilometers means the jump will occur at more than seven times the altitude of sky-diving. You'll be above the so-called Armstrong Line, which is a measure of altitude above which atmospheric pressure creates all kinds of dangers for the human body.

For Titans Astronauts, space diving is the initial part of an extensive (and very exciting) 10-year space program.

All space divers' training will take 12 months, parallel to test runs with the balloon and gondola (and capsules) over the course of 2023 and 2024.

What to expect?

The actual dive experience is split in two exciting parts. First, the dive from ~30 kilometers will last ~four minutes in free fall while in the near-vacuum of space, and the second part concerns the descent with a parachute -when reaching the safe troposphere- for another four to five minutes.

Preparing for future space missions

The 12-month training period is part of the Titans Astronauts preparations and training program for future LEO and Lunar Missions.

Tailor-made spacesuit

Training and testing includes a special Titans Extravehicular Activity (EVA) spacesuit. This expensive suite is a mini-space vehicle, meant to keep the diver safe and secure durving the dive.

The divers get to keep the spacesuit. Who wouldn't want to display their spacesuit at their business or in a special section of their house?

Documentary and Promotional Media

All space divers are given the opportunity to have a small video crew follow and record their journey with TSI during the 12-month training and preparation program. They will own the copyrights of all produced media.

Take your family and friends to Space

TSI's space divers can bring family members and friends all the way to 30 kilometers a;titude They will enjoy a VIP treatment in the luxurious observation gondola with 360° views of the curvature of Earth, and they can watch the dive from the windows or on a large TV screen.

Internet access will be available to facetime family and friends, to live-stream, or to post on social media - from near-space!

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