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Stratosphere Tours

Go to near-spaceat 30 km altitudein a 200 meter tallhydrogen balloon

Full trip: two hours ascent to ~30 kilometers altitude, two hour float at apogee, and two hours descent - in a luxurious gondola with 360° views.

Six hours floating in Space!

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Float at 30 kilometers altitude for 6 hours

Titans Stratosphere is our most immediate project and concerns a large hydrogen balloon with an 8-person gondola suspended under it.

Float time: 6 Hours

The ~200 meter/650 ft tall hydrogen balloon and the gondola will take off from the spaceport and reach an altitude of ~30 kilometers during a two-hour (ascent) flight, after which it will float at apogee in the stratosphere for two hours before starting its two-hour descent into the ocean.

Luxurious Observation Deck

The gondola has a 360-degrees obersation deck with luxurious seats and sofas. There is space for six guests, a pilot, and a steward. The six-hour tour offers breath-taking views of Earth during ascent, float, and descent, where you will see the curvature of Earth at more than a thousand kilometer distance - in all directors.

Payment Plan Options Available

TSI wants to make space tourism available for the masses, and while our $50,000 ticket costs are more affordable than other offers, we understand that payment in installments would make this unique experience more enjoyable and in reach of more people. A custom payment plan option can be agreed upon prior to signing the contracts.

The journey starts long before your actual tour to the edge of space and includes VIP access to certain related TSI projects.

Scientific Research & Spacewalk Training

On top of the Observation Deck, there arethree detacheable capsules. One of them funtions as a space diving platform, and the other two are research facilities (for stratospheric, atmospheric, and scientific research). The outer parts are ideal for spacewalk training for Titans Astronauts and third parties (normal gravity).