Virgin Galactic has announced that it will be revealing the interior design of SpaceShipTwo’s cabin.
The virtual event will be streamed live on 28 July, 2020. To celebrate this milestone, Virgin Galactic will also be announcing plans to bring immersive experiences of Virgin Galactic’s spaceflight and cabin interior to aspiring astronauts around the world.
The unveiling of the spaceship cabin design marks the latest milestone towards Virgin Galactic’s operational readiness. The cabin is the design centerpiece, providing safety without distraction, quietly absorbing periods of sensory intensity and offering each astronaut a level of intimacy required for personal discovery and transformation.
The live-streamed unveiling will feature a virtual walk-through of the cabin, curated by the team which has striven to ensure that every detail of its design works to provide an unparalleled and safe consumer experience. As a part of Virgin Galactic’s mission to democratize space, and in response to current restrictions on travel and live gatherings, Virgin Galactic has developed and will be releasing new, cutting edge digital platforms.
These will provide users with an opportunity for detailed and immersive exploration of the cabin interior and other elements of the Virgin Galactic spaceflight experience from the comfort and security of their homes. Further details will be announced in the lead-up to the 28 July unveiling event.
According to George Whitesides, CEO of Virgin Galactic, “One of the defining hallmarks of the Virgin brand has been experience-enhancing, pioneering design. Virgin Galactic has striven to remain faithful to that tradition by developing elegant, experience-focused vehicles for the space launch system, and choosing landmark architecture for our operational headquarters at Spaceport America, New Mexico. We now look forward to revealing our spaceship cabin design, which is progressive, beautiful and functional. We are particularly delighted that, under current restrictions, we have been able to create an experience that we will be able to share with the millions of people around the world who dream of travelling to space.”
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