A space tourism company has successfully tested its stratospheric balloon for the first time

(ORDO NEWS) — Madrid-based company Halo Space flew an unmanned prototype of its stratospheric balloon for 4 hours and 10 minutes before it landed safely in a given area.

The ball was able to rise to a height of 37 kilometers. A second test flight is already scheduled for mid-2023.

Halo Space plans to launch passenger flights in space from 2025. A ticket on board will cost $ 200,000.

Commercial flights will take place in a stylish round capsule, inside which will be eight passengers and a pilot.

It will be possible to admire the view of the Earth through panoramic windows with a 360-degree view.

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Stratospheric balloon tests

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