You Can't Authentically Enjoy a Michelin-Star Meal in Zero Gravity!

Space tourism offers sumptuous meals and stylish flight suits with views of Earth's curvature. 

A Florida business is offering six passengers a chance to ride its balloon-propelled capsule and have the first Michelin-starred meal in space.

 Sorry to be that guy, but Space Perspective's capsule won't go space.

Space Perspective announced a cooperation with two-Michelin-starred restaurant Alchemist, led by Chef Rasmus Munk, to host the supper on Spaceship Neptune this week.

 A SpaceBalloon will transport the capsule to the stratosphere for six hours with six people.

Hydrogen powers the gigantic balloon, which climbs at 12 mph (19 km/h) to 20 miles (30 kilometers). 

The internationally recognized Karman line divides the atmosphere from space about 62 miles (100 kilometers) above the Earth.

Since space is impossible to define and Earth's atmosphere doesn't disappear, it's still an imaginary limit. 

Images of Jupiter’s massive storms captured by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope 

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