The Morning After: Hilton is designing suites for a private space station

Voyager and Lockheed Martin plan to have their private Starlab space station operational by 2027. The latest development is a partnership with Hilton, which will help design astronaut facilities, including dormitories and other parts of the station. NASA has contracted four private companies to build private space stations ahead of the agency’s planned decommissioning of the International Space Station at the end of the decade.

As part of the partnership, Hilton and Voyager will explore marketing opportunities related to Starlab and travel to one of the first space hotels.

– Mat Smith

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It has been completely redesigned inside.

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Thanks to its Netflix anime spinoff.



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