Newly released interior renderings of the first space hotel make the out-of-this-world vacation seem one step closer to reality.
The Aurora Station is set to launch in 2021 and images released Thursday give prospective vacationers a look inside the luxury $9.5million trip.
The experience will allow guests to test out zero gravity and gaze upon stunning views of Earth, as well as witness an average of 16 sunrises and sunsets a day.
The project was announced in April at the Space 2.0 summit in San Jose, California.
California-based firm Orion Span said the luxury 'space hotel' will be in orbit within two years, and able to welcome passenger within five years.
The space hotel, dubbed Aurora Station, will house six people at any one time - four paying passengers and two crew.