Space Expedition Corporation breaks final frontier

Space Expedition Corporation breaks final frontier

The ultimate boundary, SXC takes travellers to the final frontier – space.

Yuri Gagarin, John Glenn and Neil Armstrong crossed it, with their Soyuz, Mercury and Apollo.

A rare experience that, so far, nearly 500 men and women in the world have ever had.

Soon, travellers with the money can be among them, as they take their place as a co-pilot of the Lynx, a revolutionary spaceship.

SXC takes it to the next level, going further, higher and faster. And you can experience all of this as a co-pilot, not just as a passenger.

SXC is contributing to the development of outer space travel.

This is an opportunity to take part in international scientific research and have a unique experience at the same time.

A venture into space will certainly be a life-changing experience.

Only few have gone before you.

All of them have attempted to capture their experience in words. None of them really succeeded.

Be that as it may, the scientists working on the SXC project prefer to involve ‘common people’ in their research from day one.

They are convinced that travel through space will ultimately become the main means of long distance transport, providing many benefits.

Although it takes a significant amount of energy to exit the atmosphere, travel after that is almost completely free.

Therefore, it is faster, cleaner and quieter.

That is also the main reason why the oldest worldwide airline carrier KLM actively takes part in this extraordinary enterprise.

Today, this proud airline carrier is at the cradle of this form of space travel.

Space Expedition Corporation will be carrying out the flights into space using two different spacecrafts.

The MK I will be operational from 2013 and will take passengers to the edge of space (60 kilometers high).

This spaceship will depart from Mojave Spaceport exclusively.

The second spacecraft, the MK II will be operational in 2014 and will reach deep space (103 kilometers) from both the Curacao and Mojave spaceports.

The Lynx provides room for a pilot and a co-pilot astronaut.