|South Korea Map: location of rocket spaceport|
SPACE1 SOUTH KOREA
|Seoul districts South Korea|
The Space1 Rocket SpacePort is founded by Dara 지혜, 한국어 지혜 연구소 hangug-eo jihye yeonguso, of Space1's Korean Wisdom Lab. Dara is the Chief Korean Scientist, the Korean Conceptual Design Director and the Chief of Operations of the Wisdom Lab and SpacePort.
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For weeks, Dara and CEO/Founder of Space1 hammered out details of an exciting new space rocket launching port for space tourism, a spaceport, as a place to shoot off and fire Space1's rockets, lofting humans into space and making a new presence within the Asian arena, the side of the world near Japan, see map. The new Rocket SpacePort in South Korea is the third rocket spaceport opened by Space1 with an expansion internationally for space tourism. It's preceded by two other spaceports, one in the USA and one in Taiwan.
The Korean SpacePort is very convenient. As envisioned, an international traveler can fly in to the Korean International Airport, take the Airport Shuttle, taxi to their short term space apartment, check in, have breakfast, rest, take equipment and proceed to the designated launch area by Subway Train. Once arrived, they perform the necessary setup and equipment calibrations, and the countdown will begin to rocket into space. After experiencing space flight and the marvels of space tourism, the astronaut will undergo a rest period at the space apartment and return home.
The exact location of all spaceports cannot be revealed at this time for security reasons. Business negotiations are underway to open additional international spaceports in 2015. For more information, contact Space1 Headquarters.