A fairly unheard of company, The Orbital Assembly Corporation has come up with a plan to have a fully operational "space hotel," the Voyager Station by 2027. First of all, how is this anyone's top priority during a pandemic? The Orbital Assembly Corp. must be in New Zealand. Only way I'm accepting this news. Also, isn't it fairly hard to travel to space. Not anyone can just go, like, A LOT of training goes into that. Well, they're touting simulated gravity and state-of-the-art amenities. For me, the fact that I even went to space would be enough but again, I don't know how this could be all that exciting when there's so many unfinished, imminent issues going on where gravity isn't simulated. More below.