You journey to Moon starts when you launch on a Soyuz rocket.
It takes just over 8 minutes for your Soyuz spacecraft to reach low-Earth orbit
The International Space Station is in low-Earth orbit, 400km above Earth.
PlayPreviousNext4/17 After 10 days in space, a Proton rocket launches the additional modules needed for your journey to the Moon
The additional module consists of lunar living quarters, and a propulsion module.
You leave the ISS and your Soyuz spacecraft docks with the additional module.
The engine fires and you start the 3 day journey to the Moon.
Moon on approach.
You will pass within 100km of the Moon's surface.
You will see the Earth rise above the Moon's surface.
It takes just over 8 minutes to reach low-Earth orbit.14482823910_8c4975e9c0_b
Life on the International Space Station.14482828440_c995c05b83_b
Guy Laliberte on board the International Space Station (2009).14482852809_c422039118_b
On board the International Space Station.14482853169_1710c630cf_b
A great place to take photos of Earth.14482881018_a407462a7f_b
Earth and the Soyuz spacecraft docked to the International Space Station.14482881838_bfc70680a6_b
While in space you float weightless.14483051967_543ec8e005_b
You and your fellow crew report for launch.14483812568_d10f85e222_b
You launch on a Soyuz rocket.14483817618_2a2d9ce6f6_b
Soyuz rocket ready for launch.14647451806_7f26a81be6_b
You can get involved in space station science.14666298891_f33487c6ae_b
The International Space Station circles the Earth every 90 minutes.14666300111_fdf7638fa6_b
Anousheh Ansari on board the International Space Station (2006).14666303971_c47b769289_b
Richard Garriott on board the International Space Station (2008).14666304101_a4fe98a080_b
The new cupola is a great place to take photos of Earth.14667201274_995028fe17_b
The International Space Station has a permanent crew of up to 6 professionals.14667201664_80386e5fb2_b
The new cupola is a great place to take photos of Earth.14667203464_30d639b902_b
The ever-changing view of Earth.14667204974_a4641c516c_b
The Soyuz spacecraft approaching the International Space Station.14669175642_f2635fc615_b
Greg Olsen on board the International Space Station (2005).14669510485_9c7718e137_b
Your journey to the International Space Station begins in Baikonur, Kazakhstan.14669511605_09c238c7cb_b
The new cupola is a great place to take photos of Earth.14669513505_9afa4ae633_b
Soyuz rocket being transported to the launch pad14690344813_02e0f01dfc_h
A spacewalk is considered the highlight of an astronauts career14476342557_b9ca505bab_b
You get an unobstructed view of the Earth14482858589_12860287cf_b
You will float in open space, tethered to the International Space Station14639810456_96f06e2a84_b
You can head outside on a spacewalk14639811446_3b3a7dd6d0_b
A professional astronaut will be your guide14662786925_56568a5572_b
You get an unobstructed view of the Earth14666303321_52a9154d73_b
While staying on the International Space Station14669511945_bb5ca1d019_b
You will see the rocket on the launch pad.14483772740_ec52de976e_b
Join us to watch a Soyuz rocket launch from Baikonur in Kazakhstan.14483987287_ee9c2d2073_b
You will see the rocket on the launch pad.14647446036_b638b106ef_b
Watch the final report of the crew.14647449786_00ef0d6189_b
Watch the final report of the crew.14668135934_aa6ba9edb4_b
Watch the final report of the crew14690343633_65ddeccb0f_b
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The ever-changing view of Earth.
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