Do I Want To Be A Part Of Civilian Space History?

Ever since I was a kid, I dreamed of going to space. Now you can be one of the earliest space pioneers. If you have what it takes, are medically qualified, can afford the tab and have the desire, then now is your opportunity to go for it and possible find your place in space history.

Ok, you like to think about space, you love sci-fi flicks and part of your thoughts about possibly signing up are, should I wait so I can make sure its safe, make sure I get some feedback from some people who did it and perhaps the price will even come down? Or, do you want to be able to tell all your friends, your family, co-workers and peers that you are going on a rocketship into space? Just think you have registered and now await your chance to go and become one of the earliest space pioneers to experience weightlessness, G-forces and a be a part of commercial spaceflight history?

If you have decided that at some future time you do want to venture into space, as soon as you see that others have gone successfully before you, register as when its ‘cool’ and that’s great.

However, the real chance is now, the opportunity for YOU to be be amongst the earliest space adventurers to take the initiative and get their seat number, so all your desires and thoughts each day about going can be expressed to everyone you meet.

It’s to YOU I am writing- the spirit of adventure to go where so few have gone before taking you to ‘the edge of space’ and to be a real part of space flight history.

If you went and the vehile encountered a major problem? We all know there’s a chance it can happen? Do you remember Christa McAuliffe? She was the first. Please, I am not suggesting that to be forever remembered you need to be in the next ill-fated catastrophic event, but almost everyone would certainly have that thought at some point, once they got serious about signing up. Actually it’s less than 2%, based on NASA’s history so your odds are way in your favor. Of course we all have some fears but that’s a part of what makes this experience so exciting and adventurous.

But to see the curve of the Earth, to experience a pinnacle life event and have feelings that only being there can describe, as the astronauts felt before us… a feeling that can only be described and felt by being there and going for iy… to find YOUR name, like Per Wimmer, who will be first to fly on the XCOR Lynx and also amongst the earliest pioneers to fly on Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo.