Professor Stephen Hawking, a renowned physicist known for his work on revealing the secrets of gravity, will make his biggest dream and travel to outer space soon. Hawking said in an interview with Pierce Morgan on Good Morning Britain that he aspires to travel to space, but he did not think it was a dream. Verifiable, but Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, gave him a free ticket for travel.
According to the Dutch website TheNextxt, although it will be an important experience, especially for Hawking, who suffers from ALS, who has been unable to move for more than 40 years and is unable to do most of the normal functions, using a specially designed wheelchair, To speech, controlled by a sensor to activate the muscles in the cheek.
While it will be the first time Hawking has traveled to space, it will not be the first time he feels weightless. In 2007, he felt the lack of gravity on the specially modified Boeing 727-200.
Richard Branson, who founded the Virgin Group in 2015, said he hoped he would be able to take Hawking into space and offered him a free ticket that he could use if he was healthy. The trip cost the Virgin Galactic spacecraft Of the eight seats about $ 250 thousand, 700 people have already subscribed and paid part of the cost of the trip.