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Starting from 2027, you will embark on a journey that will take you to the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, where you'll begin an adventure unlike any other. As you embark on your journey to the Moon, you'll be traveling over 500,000 kilometers in space, following in the footsteps of the historic Apollo 8 mission of 1968. What's more, this journey will feature the most spectacular marriage proposal of the past 13.8 billion years, as love and science come together to create an unforgettable experience!

Before takeoff, you will undergo a series of medical exams and physical assessments to ensure your readiness for this epic adventure. You'll be trained for three months by aerospace professionals, including cardio training sessions, high-G training in a centrifuge, acclimation to microgravity through a series of parabolic flights on board a Boeing 727, acclimation to high accelerations and speed changes on board a fighter jet flying over Mach 2, a complete presentation of the spaceship and flight schedule, stress management strategies, and emergency simulations.

On launch day, you'll arrive at Cape Canaveral and head to the launch pad, wearing a space suit that will keep you safe in case the cabin depressurizes. As you strap into your seat, you'll await the countdown, heart racing with excitement.

Finally, the moment arrives: Five... four... three... two... one... Ignition! The rocket will take off, and you'll feel the most intense sensations of your life! With an acceleration of 3G, the first few minutes will be challenging, but soon, the first stage of the rocket will separate, and you'll cover dozens of kilometers in no time.


As the shaking subsides and the vibrations become gentle, the famous tone poem "Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Op 30" by Richard Strauss will be played in your headset, and you'll experience weightlessness for the first time! This moment will be crazy, moving, and totally unimaginable!

As you catch sight of Earth, you'll be captivated by its absolute beauty and the harmony of cerulean shades and perfection that only those who have traveled in space can truly appreciate. And yet, before you know it, your spacecraft will be traveling at over 38,000 kmph!


Hour after hour, you'll lose track of time as the Moon grows larger and larger. Its grayish disk will gradually give way to an opulent sphere, and you'll distinguish craters with increasing clarity.

After nearly three days, you'll orbit around the ash satellite, flying over the surface at an altitude of only 200/300 kilometers! As the spaceship slows down, the hidden face of the Moon will appear, and for about thirty minutes, communication with Earth will be impossible. This will be the perfect time to propose to your beloved as no one ever has before! As "Fly me to the Moon" by Frank Sinatra plays in your headset, you'll pull the engagement ring out of the box that you've secretly hidden in your suit, while the lunar craters continue to pass under your feet. You'll be totally swept away by the moment!

Once the Moon is behind you, you'll see Earth rise on the horizon. The splendid bluish globe will rise behind the grayish summit of some rocky craters, and communications with Cape Canaveral will be re-established. The spacecraft will then begin its journey back to Earth, allowing you to relax and enjoy the last sensations of weightlessness and cosmic tranquility.

As you approach an altitude of about 100 kilometers, the atmosphere will become denser and the heat shield will begin to heat up rapidly, creating a brilliant plasma trail that will be visible through the portholes. Hang on tight as you reach the halfway point to the stratosphere, as the deceleration will approach 5G! However, after a few minutes, the parachutes will be deployed and the retro-rockets will allow for a smooth landing of your space capsule. Media from all around the world will be present to witness the spectacular way you returned from space, having conquered both the vast unknown and the heart of your beloved!

Engagement ring for a wedding proposal

Included in the package:

  • The three months of training and preparations.

  • The lease of the launch pad, the adjoining facilities, the rocket and the propellant.

  • The provision of the necessary staff for the accomplishment of the mission.


Price of the package: 125.000.000 euros


Experience having an average duration of one week, with three months of  preliminary training and preparations.


Experience depending on weather conditions and on the absence of solar eruptions.

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