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Space in a hot air balloon since 2025 /></p><p>In a panoramic capsule you can look at the Earth for only $ 200,000.</p><p> Related video</p><p>A space tourism firm from Spain will fly passengers into space from 2025. A ticket on board will cost $200,000. Commercial flights will take place on a stylish round capsule, writes the Daily Mail.</p><p>It will be attached to an inflated balloon, providing “zero emissions” space travel. There will be 8 passengers and 1 pilot inside the capsule. It will be possible to admire the view of the Earth through panoramic windows with a 360-degree view.</p><p>Madrid-based Halo Space plans to conduct the first test flight of its prototype space capsule in India. This should happen in December. If the test is successful, commercial flights from 4 continents will start in 2025. Already from 2029, 400 commercial trips out of 3,000 passengers per year are planned. To get on board you will have to pay from 100 to 200 thousand euros for one ticket.</p><p>The CEO and founder of Halo Space noted that his team has been working with established companies in the aerospace industry in recent months. This was necessary to use the most secure technologies possible.</p><p><img decoding=

В space in a balloon from 2025. How much will such a pleasure cost

The Halo Space prototype is due to take off in the third week of December in a Tata Institute for Fundamental Research (TIFR) balloon located in Hyderabad, India. He must fly to a height of 35 km into the stratosphere. This will take about six hours. A second test flight is already scheduled for the end of the first quarter of 2023 in Spain.

“Our goal is to successfully launch our flight capsule, reach an altitude of 35 km before descent, and finally land and recover the prototype,” said Chief Technology Officer of Halo Space Alberto Castrelho.

During them, they plan to test the flight simulation algorithm, the connection between the capsule and flight control, etc. The company claims that the capsules rise under pressure without emitting CO2 into the atmosphere. So it's the greenest way to visit space, according to Halo Space.

Currently, capsule designs are similar to Space Perspective's. In a similar way, they carry giant space balloons.