X-treme Holidays

X-treme holidays.

In the past holidays were a trip down to the sea or an aeroplane journey to another place on the Earth. Any destination was no more than one day away. As the transport became faster and faster, the destination seemed to be nearer and journey times became shorter. However, once travel to space became cheap and easy and the furthest moons had been landed on and bases set up it was then possible to take holidays there.
Some of the moons and planets have unique features that make holidays even more popular than before. After all, since almost every planet and moon is lifeless and barren why visit there when you can have an X-treme holiday that you'll NEVER forget.

Scuba Diving on Europa

Vital Statistics.

Name: Europa
Primary: Jupiter
Date: 1610
Discoverer: Galileo
Distance from Sun: 778,340,00 km
Distance from Primary:       671,000 km
Diameter: 3,138 km
Mass: 97 x 1021 kg
Density: 3,040 kg/m3
Gravity: 0.268
Primary Orbit Time: 0.0097 years
Surface Temperature: -145°C
Craters: No
Volcanic: No
Comments: Looks like a white billard ball


The X-treme holidays.

    The Moon.

Special this year.

Next year there is the chance to see the Phobos Olympics! Why not book your holiday on Phobos around the time of the Olympics and do the two in one. Early booking for this is vital.

The Phobos Olympics.

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