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    Russia plans orbiting hotel in space

    The lunar sightseeing flights and luxury rides into the cosmos in the hotel in Orbit.  It is not left behind in the growing space tourism industry in the all part of the Russia’s vision to ensure it.  At the country’s premiere air show this week at Zhukovsky, that the Russian firms unveiled their plans in the outside Moscow.  Saying “the race was on to build a new craft to take people into space following the retirement of NASA’s space shuttle in April.”  For the  replacement shuttle and Orbital Technologies said it hoped to build an orbiting hotel with room for seven guests by 2016 the RKK Energia unveiled plans for it.

    To the  dark side of the moon and, by 2030, to Mars, to the other plans that is included the flying tourists.  The MAKS air show said that “”Space tourism is a real and fast-growing business,” said Sergei Kostenko, head of Russian firm Orbital Technologies” and the “Whoever builds the first new spaceship now will reap big dividends.”  Its Soviet-designed Soyuz, although Russia currently holds a monopoly on rides to space aboard, it starts at a disadvantage. Foreign experts say “they doubt Russian firms can achieve their ambitious goals because they lack funding and even Russian officials said it would be hard to rival U.S. private sector firms now competing for contracts with NASA.”  It is  expected to forge ahead with building a new generation of craft capable of travelling into deep space, with flights into low Earth orbit outsourced to private firms, its funding for the U.S. space programme is much higher and NASA.   Alexander Derechin, deputy chief designer for Russia’s partly state-owned space contractor RKK Energia,

    “The U.S. has more possibilities than us right now,”  He said the United States had made a “very wise decision” in planning a state-funded spaceship for deep-space flight and that Russia faced tough competition from companies such as Boeing Co and Lockheed Martin as well as start-up firms. “But we must make a state-funded spaceship, though in such a way that it is also commercially competitive. It is a very difficult task,” Derechin said.  In 2001 the decade after it flew the first U.S. millionaire to space.  It is said would offer a softer landing for the super-rich than its 40-year-old Soyuz craft, the Energia plans a six-person shuttle.   It said”it hoped it would be operating by 2015″.  Vladimir Pirozhkov, who designed the model of the shuttle on show this week said that “People paying for the most expensive ticket in the world must be comfortable, not scared,”   and  “This is just a glance at the future, but it is the ultimate transportation dream.  It should be desirable.”. Russian officials say “at least one of four U.S. companies at the forefront of the commercial space industry could develop space taxis by 2016 to take astronauts into low Earth orbit, up to an altitude of about 2,000 km 1,250 miles. ” and “We don’t want to come late to the market,” Derechin said.

    Orbital Technologies said “the planned new spacecraft would be able to take VIP clients to a hotel it plans to build in orbit 217 miles above Earth, catering for guests paying about $1 million for a five-day stay”. Orbital Technologies’ Kostenko said “the space hotel would be more comfortable than the space station, but did not promise luxury–vacationers would still have to eat space food, take sponge baths and use vacuum toilets because of weightlessness.” This is to show that the outsourcing is still in the strong level and it will help more to the other company.




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