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Space Perspective reveals Neptune SpaceCraft Interior

Titusville-based Space Perspective released new renders of it’s Spaceship Neptune that will take customers to the edge of space from the the Launch & Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center

Explorers will have unparalleled views from the 360-degree panoramic windows – the largest-ever flown to space. The main surfaces are dark, soft and tactile in order to enhance the feeling of coziness in the capsule, while at the same time reducing reflection and glare in the windows.

In-flight WiFi is even available to share the experience with friends and family back on the ground. Visit our website to explore all the details and book your place in line for the next available flight.

The lounge layout allows for social interactions and creates a shared experience with fellow passengers. The arced seating gives a wider view across the earth, which in turn creates space for passengers to stretch their legs and stand comfortably in front of the seats.

The only carbon neutral, zero-emission way to travel to space, Spaceship Neptune embraces sustainable materials throughout – including a bar handcrafted using proprietary materials recycled from the unique SpaceBalloon™.

Space Perspective announced in December last year that it plans to build a campus on what it’s referring to as the “Space Coast Spaceport” site for its capsule and balloon manufacturing facility, laboratories and operations infrastructure for everything from launch to mission control.


The company said it will invest more than $38 million in new construction, equipment and tooling. That includes a $9 million, 120,000-square-foot manufacturing building scheduled to be fully operational within two years.

Space tourism company Space Perspective will build new headquarters and manufacturing complex at Space Coast Regional Airport in Titusville, creating about 240 jobs by the end of 2026.


The company said the jobs will pay an average of $80,000 a year.

Space Perspective said it plans to launch at the Launch and Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center, as well as two other Florida sites.

Space Perspective conducted a five-state site selection search before choosing Brevard County for this project.

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