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Who would you go to space with?

Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider
edited July 22 in General

There has been a lot of news recently with billionaires going to space, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson specifically. Both opening their businesses up for space tourism. A story I just read said that the media coverage has lacked any mention of the SpaceX flight this fall. SpaceX is taking billionaire Jared Isaacman, CEO of Shift4 Payments to space. SpaceX will take him and the other Dragon spacecraft crew to an orbit higher than the ISS for a period of 3 days for a charity event.

Seeing the design of each companies spacecraft, who would you choose to fly with?

Does the owner of the company overall decide your choice or purely the design?

Personally, I like the design of the Virgin Galactics spacecraft over the rocket Blue Origin uses. It reminds me more of the former shuttle days.

Space - the final frontier where no man has gone before
  1. Which company would you go to space with75 votes
    1. Blue Origin / Jeff Bezos (sub 10 minute weightless low orbit)
        2.67%
    2. Virgin Galactic / Richard Branson (sub 10 minute weightless low orbit)
        4.00%
    3. SpaceX / Elon Musk (Orbit higher than ISS for longer durations)
      53.33%
    4. None, no one cares about space!
      40.00%

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  • imokimok Member

    The real question is how much I'm going to be charged. $7? Then, probably Musk.

  • gappergapper Member

    With @cociu

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  • With LowEndRocket of course. It comes with unlimited fuel but the engines may not be used continuously.

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  • MannDudeMannDude Member, Provider

    If I'm going, I want to go all in and stay a bit. (Real) Astronauts who spend any noteworthy amount of time in space seemingly always report a giant shift in their world perspective when looking down on the earth day-in-day-out.

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  • that_guythat_guy Member

    SpaceX. Because "Orbit higher than ISS for longer durations".
    Don't care much about the design. It would be funny to be launched into space in that Blue Origin penis rocket tho, but I really don't like Bezos. And out of those 3 I respect and like Musk the most (although it seems he can also be an unempathic ass sometimes). Branson seems cool too, but I don't know that much about him.

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  • markdmarkd Member, Provider

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:
    There has been a lot of news recently with billionaires going to space, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson specifically. Both opening their businesses up for space tourism. A story I just read said that the media coverage has lacked any mention of the SpaceX flight this fall. SpaceX is taking billionaire Jared Isaacman, CEO of Shift4 Payments to space. SpaceX will take him and the other Dragon spacecraft crew to an orbit higher than the ISS for a period of 3 days for a charity event.

    Seeing the design of each companies spacecraft, who would you choose to fly with?

    Does the owner of the company overall decide your choice or purely the design?

    Personally, I like the design of the Virgin Galactics spacecraft over the rocket Blue Origin uses. It reminds me more of the former shuttle days.

    If LevelOneSpace is opening up soon, I'll be on the first flight!

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  • I go to space on USS Enterprise.
    It travels faster than SpaceX et al, and each traveler has an actual room instead of just a seat.

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    The estimated timeline is between 2040 and 2060.

    I'll be sending out surveys on what other locations are wanted.
    If at least 10 customers requests a particular planet or star, we'll expand there if costs are reasonable for us.

  • tomazutomazu Member, Provider

    @yoursunny said:
    I'm building a datacenter on Jupiter.
    I'll have a migration special: if you sign up for South Pole colocation before 2029, you'll get an opportunity to colo on Jupiter when my datacenter is ready.
    The estimated timeline is between 2040 and 2060.

    I'd sign up, so that I can finally have one backup on another continent, one backup on the moon and one on another planet - Jupiter. But be careful, the data center on Mars could be up first.

    And I could offer solar system wide anycast :-)

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  • @imok said:
    The real question is how much I'm going to be charged. $7? Then, probably Musk.

    Imagine them deadpooling while you are up there. You are stuck there for 2 months without communication and they can't bring you back because rocket prices have skyrocket.

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  • serv_eeserv_ee Member

    @jetchirag said:

    @imok said:
    The real question is how much I'm going to be charged. $7? Then, probably Musk.

    Imagine them deadpooling while you are up there. You are stuck there for 2 months without communication and they can't bring you back because rocket prices have skyrocket.

    Yes please! Finally a good night's rest.

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  • Shot2Shot2 Member

    OVHabovethecloud of course.

    Wooden rockets all the way

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  • @jetchirag said:
    because rocket prices have skyrocket.

    image

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  • In the future, they may have a lowendSpaceship. Let me choose the providers there.

  • CybrCybr Member

    I'd go to space with Elon Musk, since it would be most interesting to strike up a conversation with him in a rare situation where he has time to kill.

    Oh you mean which company... Well I'd wait until one of them has a good enough track record with space travel before making that decision.

  • serv_eeserv_ee Member

    NASA

    hm. I've lost a machine.. literally lost. it responds to ping, it works completely, I just can't figure out where in my apartment it is.

  • zafouharzafouhar Member

    I would wait for LowEndX to launch their own space shuttle to go with @deank

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @zafouhar said:
    I would wait for LowEndX to launch their own space shuttle to go with @deank

    To get to Orbit that would require 100% uptime, I am not sure that is possible with LowEndX.

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  • zafouharzafouhar Member

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:

    @zafouhar said:
    I would wait for LowEndX to launch their own space shuttle to go with @deank

    To get to Orbit that would require 100% uptime, I am not sure that is possible with LowEndX.

    I'm sure that @cociu has already figured this out!!!!

  • deankdeank Member, Troll
    edited July 22

    I ain't going to the Space in a pod with a bunch of guys.

    I want girls instead. Spinning 69, here we go!

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  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @elwebmaster said:
    With LowEndRocket of course. It comes with unlimited fuel but the engines may not be used continuously.

    10% average usage maximum of course! And if you want oxygen for the spacecraft that is going to be additional!

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  • CybrCybr Member

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:

    @elwebmaster said:
    With LowEndRocket of course. It comes with unlimited fuel but the engines may not be used continuously.

    10% average usage maximum of course! And if you want oxygen for the spacecraft that is going to be additional!

    Like our Facebook page, subscribe on YouTube, follow on Instagram, install our mobile app, then comment your order number in this thread, and your oxygen will be doubled!

  • @Cybr said:

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:

    @elwebmaster said:
    With LowEndRocket of course. It comes with unlimited fuel but the engines may not be used continuously.

    10% average usage maximum of course! And if you want oxygen for the spacecraft that is going to be additional!

    Like our Facebook page, subscribe on YouTube, follow on Instagram, install our mobile app, then comment your order number in this thread, and your oxygen will be doubled!

    Actually it comes with just CO2 if you want O2 you need to either use Cloudflare or stick your head in a shared spacesuit.

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  • @tomazu said:

    @yoursunny said:
    I'm building a datacenter on Jupiter.
    I'll have a migration special: if you sign up for South Pole colocation before 2029, you'll get an opportunity to colo on Jupiter when my datacenter is ready.
    The estimated timeline is between 2040 and 2060.

    I'd sign up, so that I can finally have one backup on another continent, one backup on the moon and one on another planet - Jupiter. But be careful, the data center on Mars could be up first.

    And I could offer solar system wide anycast :-)

    We don't want backups.
    10x10x10 in South Pole when?
    Colo is free so your operational cost would be near zero.


    @jetchirag said:

    @imok said:
    The real question is how much I'm going to be charged. $7? Then, probably Musk.

    Imagine them deadpooling while you are up there. You are stuck there for 2 months without communication and they can't bring you back because rocket prices have skyrocket.

    Don't worry, Her Majesty would take care of you.
    https://www.npr.org/2019/09/23/763355554/thomas-cook-airline-collapse-triggers-largest-peacetime-repatriation-in-u-k-hist


    @zafouhar said:

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:

    @zafouhar said:
    I would wait for LowEndX to launch their own space shuttle to go with @deank

    To get to Orbit that would require 100% uptime, I am not sure that is possible with LowEndX.

    I'm sure that @cociu has already figured this out!!!!

    He has teleportation system of 608km distance.
    You can reach the Hubble Space Telescope and take a selfie.

  • NeoonNeoon Member

    The earth is the middle point of the universe, flying on the back of a giant tortoise.
    I mean you can fly up for the lols and watch his head turning and thinking again, fucking humans.

    Well, you need to be close to insane, to be strapped to a fucking giant bomb, let you fire up to space. Sounds fun of course, I guess the feeling pays off if you don't blow up.

  • CybrCybr Member

    @elwebmaster said:

    @Cybr said:

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:

    @elwebmaster said:
    With LowEndRocket of course. It comes with unlimited fuel but the engines may not be used continuously.

    10% average usage maximum of course! And if you want oxygen for the spacecraft that is going to be additional!

    Like our Facebook page, subscribe on YouTube, follow on Instagram, install our mobile app, then comment your order number in this thread, and your oxygen will be doubled!

    Actually it comes with just CO2 if you want O2 you need to either use Cloudflare or stick your head in a shared spacesuit.

    The shared spacesuit oxygen would be burstable, so you should be fine as long as you can hold your breath for a few minutes at a time.

  • Ian_Dot_TechIan_Dot_Tech Member, Provider

    @Cybr said:

    @elwebmaster said:

    @Cybr said:

    @Ian_Dot_Tech said:

    @elwebmaster said:
    With LowEndRocket of course. It comes with unlimited fuel but the engines may not be used continuously.

    10% average usage maximum of course! And if you want oxygen for the spacecraft that is going to be additional!

    Like our Facebook page, subscribe on YouTube, follow on Instagram, install our mobile app, then comment your order number in this thread, and your oxygen will be doubled!

    Actually it comes with just CO2 if you want O2 you need to either use Cloudflare or stick your head in a shared spacesuit.

    The shared spacesuit oxygen would be burstable, so you should be fine as long as you can hold your breath for a few minutes at a time.

    I bet even with it being burstable it's still heavily oversold.

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  • ezethezeth Member, Provider

    Why. The chance of the rocket exploding is 1/100..

  • SirFoxySirFoxy Member

    i fuck with musk & branson, musk most definitely has better technology. fuck bezo's.

    lurking in the shadows like a wombat or some shit

  • I'm bringing @SirFoxy so we can be the first civilians to get high in outer space.

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