Fly like Superman in the cabin, sit or walk on the ceiling, float in a group as you pose for a selfie or form a spinning human circle… Up here, the possibilities are endless and the only frontier is your own imagination. Martian and lunar gravity are also reproduced during the flight: long before humans take their first steps on Mars, you can feel what it would be like to walk on the planet’s surface or, like a lunar explorer, experience the exhilaration of making one giant leap on the Moon, as if you were really there.
Back on Earth, words sometimes fail to express how passengers feel about what they’ve just experienced. It’s a powerful emotion – one that lasts long after the flight. But the memory of weightlessness stays with you forever. Many even describe it as one of the highlights of their lives.
Hundreds of photos and several videos allow you to relive the flight at your own leisure. But for lots of people, this experience comes back to them, spontaneously, as they go about their everyday lives – once astronauts for a day, now astronauts forever.