The Nautilus, a new 37.5-meter submersible yacht designed by Dutch builder U-Boat Worx, was unveiled last week at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show. The vessel combines the comforts and amenities of a superyacht with submarine-like submersible capabilities.
You wait for your flight departure in a VIP lounge inside the boarding area. Again, no boarding pass, passport, or airline loyalty card is required. To gain access and benefit from biometric check-in, you only need to allow a facial recognition.
With jaw-dropping ideas for a new supersonic nuclear-powered plane, flying from London to New York in 80 minutes could become a reality in the future.
At the Space and Underwater Tourism Universal Summit on September 28 at Les Roches in Marbella, Spain, Orbital Assembly (OA), the company behind the world's first space hotel and business park, will give an update on its Pioneer-class space station.
The project is being proposed as "Moon Dubai" by Moon World Resorts Inc. (MWR), a Canadian design firm. According to sources, the project will cost around $5 billion.
Water may now be converted into fuel in an efficient manner thanks to research from the University of Oulu's Nano and Molecular Systems Research Unit (NANOMO). They can use hydrogen as a source of energy thanks to the new nickel-based catalyst, which splits water into oxygen and hydrogen using sunlight.
It's been more than a century since the Titanic went down, but it's still with us, or at least with whatever lives in the abyssal plane. If you want to pay a visit and have €250,000 to spare, you can dive the Titanic.
Nearly 50 years after the final Apollo mission visited the lunar surface, NASA has launched a program that aims to put people back to the moon on the surface of Mars and other uncharted lunar regions: It all starts with rocket Artemis I.
Consider a world in which people live in modern luxury homes floating nearly seven and a half feet above the sea. This year, fleets of "revolutionary living pods" with cutting-edge technology and drones to deliver essentials will hit the market.
American Airlines has ordered 20 Boom Overture supersonic aircraft, with an option for 40 more. At a top speed of Mach 1.7, Overture is expected to carry up to 80 passengers in an all-business class cabin. The company, which already has a prototype, recently redesigned the jet to improve efficiency and reduce noise.