Google Decides to Establish the World’s First Space Tourism Business



It looks like the world is not enough for Google as this internet giant is now planning to conquer the space after having investor talks with Virgin Gakactic
, a British owned and American based spaceflight company. The company provides spaceflights to the tourists. Not contended with the world domination, Google is making efforts to expand its business into cosmos. Google has purchased a satellite maker Skybox for $500 million (£300 million), the technology giant is now intended to buy a stake in Virgin Galactic. The $30 million (£18 million) deal would allow Google to access Virgin’s LauncherOne, capable of launching satellites into space within the next few years, reports Sky News. Google plans to launch a fleet of satellites; SaceShipTwo is the main ship of Virgin’s business and more known than the LauncherOne.



SpaceShipTwo is a passenger carrying space plane; that is the reason Google has invested millions of dollars in Galactic with an intention to establishing the world’s first space tourism business.



Google Decides to Establish the World’s First Space Tourism Business

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