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In half hour from London to New York: about ten years is not science fiction any more?
Science According to the Swiss investment bank UBS to go SpaceX and other ruimtebedrijven the airline industry, revolutionary change. A journey through space from London to New York would be about ten years, only 29 minutes. For a flight from the British capital to the Australian Sydney would you still not need.

According to experts would langeafstandsluchtreizen on the ‘upper atmosphere’, or the space, go before to the earth to return to land. This would be a trip of, for example, London to Sydney, which is currently still 23 hours can take less than an hour to complete. And such a fast trip would be in the future a lot of market potential. “Although some people especially like science fiction, we think that there is a large market for will,” said Jarrod Castle, and Myles Walton, analyst at UBS, in a comprehensive report.

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They are exploration, that because of the fierce competition between the current players and fast-developing technology and space travel in the next decade more and more mainstream. “Private companies are investing currently aggressive in space," says Castle and Walton.

This means they not only SpaceX, the ruimtebedrijf of Tesla boss Elon Musk, but also Virgin Galactic, and Blue Origin. Those companies are in the hands of, respectively, the British billionaire Richard Branson and Amazon ceo Jeff Bezos.

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