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June 10, 2016

Breaking news!

Vegitel Company, the lead provider of aerospace tourism services in Russia, has just set the date of next mixed group zero-g flight.

On October 4, 2016, the Birthday of Cosmonautics since the first ever satellite was launched on this date back in 1957 you will be able to experience a real space adventure.

Join this awesome flight!

It is you space is waiting for!

Learn more and book here.

Photo credit: Vegitel

 

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