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Got a spare £10 million to make your space dreams come true?

14 January 2019

You can now sign up for a Berkeley Haas graduate's dream project: a 12 day trip to a space station 200 miles above the Earth's surface.

A proposed prototype of the Aurora Space Station, which will host four guests and two crew traveling in low orbit. (PRNewsfoto/Orion Span)

Frank Bunger graduated from Berkeley Haas with an MBA last year. While a student, Frank pursued his dream of space travel by starting Orion Span. The result? – The Aurora Space Station. This proposed prototype will host four guests and two crew whilst travelling in low orbit. 

The start-up plans to launch the space station by 2021 and is currently seeking investment, with a goal to raise $2 million by February 5 so they can start to build a prototype. 

So far, 26 people have paid the $800,000 deposit to secure their seat, the overall ticket costing $12.5 million. Will you be next?

Read more about Frank Bunger's project on the Berkeley Haas website.

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