By 2020, the world's first luxury space hotel, Aurora Station, will be welcoming its first guests. At $9.5 million, guests will be in a 12-day space travel tours, but it can not promise to take them close to the moon.
On the other hand, Space Adventures, a Virginia-based space and aeronautics company, is offering tourists a circumlunar mission around the moon. The service will be ready by 2020. Reports said interested luxury travelers are more than willing to spend $250,000.
For the latest moon landing that NASA is planning, the agency said it needs about $20 billion to $30 billion for that mission.
By merely looking at those thousands or billions of dollars, we're guessing that the closest you get to the moon today is through this glow in the dark moon clock.
That, or by singing "Fly Me to the Moon" by Frank Sinatra.
During the day, this 12-inch by diameter glow in the dark moon clock can absorb enough light to shine, so to speak, come nighttime.
Between your regular wall clock and this lunar wall clock, the latter is noiseless. It doesn't have the "tick-tock" sound which horror movies use.
And, while all clocks' primary function is to tell time, you may want this glow in the dark moon clock for the primary purpose of being a home decor. You can hang it in the wall of your bedroom, living room, office, or library.
During day time, it looks like the black-and-white photo of the moon. It's close to how the moon looks during times we chance upon it when the sun is still up. The craters and surfaces are evident!
By nighttime, it changes to color green with the craters and surfaces much more visible.
While no doubt this item can be an ideal gift for space enthusiasts, we think it's perfect for anyone who wants to create a romantic feel in their household.
This wall clock can also be a welcome addition to a cafe and restaurant.
Hang it by the wall close to your coffee table. It's perfect too for a date night with your SO.