INTERVIEW: Disney Plus series ‘Among the Stars’ presents the drama of space travel

Photo: At the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Expedition 60 crew member Luca Parmitano of the European Space Agency works procedures inside his Soyuz spacecraft. Photo courtesy of Andrey Shelepin / GCTC / Photo courtesy of press site with permission. The new six-part Disney Plus series Among the Stars presents the story of NASA in the … Read more

Delphina is confirmed as the best Italian hotel group at the World Travel Awards 2021

A glimpse of Valle dell’Erica There are four awards received by Delphina hotels & resorts at the European edition of the World Travel Awards 2021, the Oscars of world tourism: best Italian hotel group, best green resort in Europe and Italy at Valle dell’Erica, best beach resort in Italy at Dune di Badesi. A victory … Read more

On November 16th, Travel Hashtag will be back in Milan in hybrid format. Many special guests

Nicola Romanelli What will be the travel trending topics of tomorrow? How to transform sustainable tourism into an economic driver? What are the strategic levers to seduce the travelers of the next decade? These are some of the questions he will try to answer Travel Hashtag. Less than a month to go until the return … Read more

Space Perspective Soars With $40 Million ‘Series A’ Funding Round, Led by Prime Movers Lab, to Expand Space Travel Program

Space Perspective Soars With $40 Million ‘Series A’ Funding Round, Led by Prime Movers Lab, to Expand Space Travel Program Press Release From: Space Perspective Posted: Thursday, October 21, 2021 Space Perspective, the Earth’s leading luxury spaceflight experience company, today announced a $40 million Series A financing round led by deep-technology VC firm Prime Movers … Read more

A new b2b portal for business travel is born from the partnership between Nobis and Paffer Assicurazioni

Business Travel Aroundeasy / Businesstravelassicurazioni.it is the new b2b portal specially designed for travel agencies and companies operating in the business travel segment. The novelty is the result of the strengthening of the partnership between Paffer Assicurazioni and Consulting e Us Assicurazioni. Within the site it is in fact possible to choose between numerous solutions … Read more

NASA video hypes future of space travel: Sci-fi skydiving, kayaking

Ever dream of taking a vacation somewhere really, really far away — just really checking out of reality? Well, NASA wants that for you, too, evidently. The exploratory space agency has released a promotional video by the fictional Exoplanet Travel Bureau, which hopes to see its clients blast off to way-faraway lands (or gaseous planets). … Read more

Boeing Starliner Test Flight Is Delayed Again. Why Investors Should Care.

Text size IA United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket with Boeings CST-100 Starliner spacecraft aboard. Joel Kowsky/NASA via Getty Images A test flight of Boeing’s new Starliner—a space capsule designed to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station—is delayed again. It’s another setback for the company, although shares aren’t reacting much to the reports. Still, … Read more

the online training course for travel agents kicks off on 21 October

L’Polish National Tourist Board dedicates himself once more to the formation of the trade, with a new online training course with focus on Lesser known Poland, which will take place via the Travel Daily. «In ten years ago the number of users of the tricolor basin arriving in Poland doubled– he claims Barbara Minczwa, director … Read more

William Shatner hits back at Prince William’s criticism of space travel – Royal Central

Photo Copyright: Charlie Proctor / Royal Central Actor William Shatner, 90, recently became the oldest person to go to space. He and three other people rode a Blue Origin rocket, a company headed by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. The four spent ten minutes in space, going just beyond the Karman Line, also known as the … Read more

Long bouts of space travel may harm astronauts’ brains

Prolonged stays in space appear to damage astronauts’ brains, a small, new study suggests. The researchers studied five Russian cosmonauts, mean age 49, who stayed on the International Space Station for an average of 5.5 months. Blood samples were taken from the cosmonauts 20 days before their departure to the ISS, and one day, one … Read more