A trip to another planet
The trip in a nutshell
Decades have passed since the last time man set foot on the Moon, and we are going to change that! In light of the UK's historic first-ever orbital launch attempt from UK soil through Virgin Orbit at Spaceport Cornwall on 2023, we are super excited to introduce lunar trips to the Moon, with our first departing in 2026! This is the ultimate trip for adventure-seekers.
We will meet at Spaceport Cornwall, known for the Virgin Orbit launch earlier this year. We will then board an Orion capsule and embark on our 5-day journey. After around 130 hours (give or take a few in case of traffic) we will dock with the Starship HLS and finally land on the lunar surface!
Once there, we'll spend 6 days exploring the Moon's wonders. Our home base will be the Lunar Lantern, a stunning 3D-printed base. Our mode of transportation will be a Lunar Rover, taking us through the "big 5" longest lunar craters, including the magnificent Clavius with a diameter of 230 km! We'll also hike through the Leibnitz Mountains, the highest point on the Moon at 8,200m. There are even rumors of valleys that never see the light of day, which may contain frozen gases and water in the form of ice. Who knows? Maybe we'll be the first to discover them!
But that's not all - we'll also have a special local guide, the Chang'e 4 probe. It landed on the far side of the Moon in 2019 and will show us the wonders of the Moon's dark side, including its studies on growing tomatoes on the lunar surface!
Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime adventure to the Moon. Pack your bags and your spacesuit, and let's blast off into the great beyond!
Highlights of the trip
Landing on the Lunar Lantern base will be an extra-planetary experience. The latest technology designed for the most adventurous.
100m plain polka dots
Want to find out who is the fastest in almost zero gravity? Since radars can't reach the far side of the moon, we'll have a space suit race to determine who is the speediest in the galaxy.
Lunar Rover Route
Get ready to explore the largest craters on the lunar surface with our specially designed Rovers that can easily plow through the lunar dust. Are you up for the challenge?