82-year-old Dennis, the world's first space tourist, will now go to the moon with his wife, says it will be a joy ride Preparation of Tourist Couple
- Musk's company will take SpaceX's starship
- Tourist starship will land on the dark side of the moon
American Dennis Tito, who became the world's first space tourist in 2001, is again in the limelight. Dennis, now 82 years old, will go to the moon with his wife Akiko. They will become the first couple in the world to go to the moon as a space tourist.
Dennis paid Russia 166 crores for his 2001 space voyage. Dennis, aboard a Soyuz spacecraft, spent a week on the International Space Station (ISS).
This time Dennis will go to the moon from Starship of Elon Musk's company SpaceX. Dennis says that this time the journey to the moon will be exciting. Denise's wife Akiko will also go on a week-long moon journey. Dennis told that as soon as he made his plan to go to the moon, he looked at his wife Akiko and Akiko
Said earnestly I would go too. Denise said that this time it is going to be a joy ride. But with this Dennis clarified that this trip will be his last space flight. He will take retirement from space travel. There is no disclosure about the fare for this moon trip of Dennis and Akiko so far. There will also be eight other space tourists on this SpaceX flight. The starship carrying a space tourist to the moon is 164 feet high. It has super heavy boosters. It can be launched from Texas in 2023 or 2024.
Tourist starship will land on the dark side of the moon
The starship carrying the space tourist will land on the dark side of the moon. The dark side is the part of the moon that is not visible from Earth. There are many craters in the dark side area. The part of the moon visible from Earth is called the near side.