Kayaking on the waters of Saturn’s moon Titan and skydiving through the atmosphere of an exoplanet: NASA shares its vision for the future of space travel in exciting sci-fi video

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  • NASA shared a video that shows its vision for the future of space travel where humans will travel to the Solar System and beyond
  • The video is inspired by a travel poster series created by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Tourists can kayak on the waters of Saturn’s moon Titan and visit historical sites on Mars
  • They could then skydive through an exoplanet or the cloudy atmosphere seen on Venus.

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As space tourism moves from science fiction to science fact, NASA is looking forward to a future when citizens will go far beyond Earth orbit to travel to distant worlds.

The US space agency has shared its ‘vision of the future’ for such trips in a new video that shows tourists kayaking on the waters of Saturn’s moon Titan and a distant exoplanet 42 light-years from Earth. Shown free falling through the atmosphere.

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The video was inspired by a travel poster series created by NASA jet propulsion laboratory, which shows the many planets and moons that could one day be vacation destinations for humans living on Earth.

NASA shared with the video, ‘While our robotic explorers have visited our solar system, the only place beyond Earth where humans are standing is the Moon.

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‘That’s also the next place we’ll send the astronauts. But not the last! While humans haven’t been to Mars yet, we now plan to add boot prints to the rover tire track there. We also dream of traveling to distant worlds, and what could they be.’

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As space tourism becomes part of our reality, NASA is looking forward to a future when citizens will travel far beyond Earth’s orbit to distant worlds, such as Saturn’s moon Titan.

Space tourism has been a vision for decades, but only recently have we seen civilians travel in space.

NASA hopes this achievement will inspire humans to discover the wonders of the Solar System and beyond, and has shared activities for living in distant worlds.

The Vision of the Future video shows fictional vacations booked through the Exoplanet Travel Bureau.

The agency’s rockets could lift people to Venus before traveling to historic sites on Mars, where tourists will enjoy stunning views from the ‘Cloud 9 Observatory’.

The US space agency has shared its 'visions of the future' for such trips in a new video that shows tourists kayaking on Saturn's moon Titan and free-falling through the atmosphere of an exoplanet.

The US space agency has shared its ‘vision of the future’ for such trips in a new video that shows tourists kayaking on Saturn’s moon Titan and falling freely through the atmosphere of an exoplanet .

Next on the path is Saturn's largest moon Titan which is believed to have a surface ocean of water, which would be ideal for kayaking.

NASA envisions tourists skydiving on exoplanet HD 40307g, a Neptune-like exoplanet that sits just 42 light-years from Earth

Next on the path is Saturn’s largest moon Titan which is believed to have a surface ocean of water, which would be ideal for kayaking. And once you’re dry, head to Exoplanet HD 40307g for some skydiving. HD 40307g is a Neptune-like exoplanet located just 42 light-years from Earth

The video also shows a holiday on Saturn’s sixth-largest moon, Enceladus, which is covered in a thick layer of ice.

Tours will shuttle passengers through the southern region to feast their eyes on thermal jets shooting from the moon.

Next on the path is Saturn’s largest moon Titan, which is believed to have a surface ocean of water and could be ideal for kayaking.

Agency's rockets could land people on Mars to visit historic sites

The agency's rockets could lift people to Venus before traveling to historic sites on Mars, where tourists will enjoy stunning views from the 'Cloud 9 Observatory'.

The agency’s rockets could lift people to Venus before traveling to historic sites on Mars, where tourists will enjoy stunning views from the ‘Cloud 9 Observatory’.

The video takes tourists to Saturn's sixth largest moon, Enceladus, which is covered in a thick layer of ice.  Tours will shuttle travelers to the Southern Region to feast their eyes on thermal jets shooting from the moon

The video takes tourists to Saturn’s sixth largest moon, Enceladus, which is covered in a thick layer of ice. Tours will shuttle travelers to the Southern Region to feast their eyes on thermal jets shooting from the moon

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And once you’re dry, head to Exoplanet HD 40307g for some skydiving.

HD 40307 g is a Neptune-like exoplanet located just 42 light years from Earth.

Others are shown as exoplanet destinations, where tourists can fly through the atmosphere in glass capsules, walk through the red ‘grass’ and dance the night away on one that has no stars.

NASA’s vision for future space travel is decades away, but many companies on Earth have already sent citizens to the edge of space and beyond.

The picture is a travel poster for Kepler-186f.  Tourists can travel through the planets unique red colored landscape

Astronauts Can Dance on an Exoplanet That Has No Stars

Other exoplanets are shown as destinations, where tourists can walk through the red ‘grass’ and dance the night away on it that has no stars.

Tourists can also visit Jupiter where they can take a hot air balloon ride to see amazing auroras in the atmosphere

Others are shown as exoplanet destinations, where tourists can fly through the atmosphere in glass capsules as they take in the lava that fills the planet.

Tourists can also visit Jupiter (left), where they can take a hot air balloon ride to see the stunning auroras. Others are shown as exoplanet destinations, where tourists can fly through the atmosphere in glass capsules as they take in the lava that fills the planet (right)

The most recent was a Blue Origin flight on October 13th…

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