January 12, 2015

Dear space fans,
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Vegitel Tour Company continues the program of Zero Gravity flights onboard Ilyushin-76 MDK, the world’s biggest plane able to create Zero-G. So you’ve got a great opportunity to feel like real astronauts. The next flight is scheduled for November 10, 2015.
Do you still believe zero-g is possible on the orbit only? Unique flying-laboratory Il-76MDK enables to simulate weightlessness similar to the real space flight conditions.
During the flight you will experience a little bit lighter variant of all space flight factors both g-loads and zero-g, besides professional instructors who work with the cosmonauts will teach you how to behave under zero-g conditions and show you various breathtaking tricks.
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If you are able to overcome the gravity of the Earth you are able to overcome everything!
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