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Visiting the space station: The trip on the palm

In the past, most Cat-22's residents would have considered this as unthinkable. However, with the recent announcement of the Finn Aerospace Agency (FAA), that far-fetched thing is about to become a reality.

Accordingly, a space station hovering in the sky Cat-22 has been built in the Eastver Sea, located to the east of Paws Island. At an altitude of 15km above sea level with a total area of ​​up to 12,000 square meters, this becomes the largest space project Cat-22 to date. “We have invested a lot and applied the most advanced technologies to build a complex of space stations, the main purpose of which is to serve tourism and entertainment for residents of Cat-22.” - Mr. Bartholomew Merakef, director of CASA shared.

Impressive view from Caspace 06, photo provided by FAA

According to Mr. Bartholomew Merakef, the space station complex is called Caspace 06, consisting of 6 spacecraft suspended in the sky. Each ship will serve its own functions such as entertainment, shopping, sightseeing, restaurants, etc. The special thing is that the central ship Caspace 01 is rebuilt on a 1-1 scale and is 90% similar to the Cat-22 ship that brought cats to this planet nearly 3,000 years ago.

Inside the central ship Caspace 01 being completed, photo provided by CASA

Understanding the concerns of Cat-22 people, the director of CASA revealed that the fare to Caspace 06 is not high and even a cat with an average income can go. The reason for this low price, according to Mr. Bartholomew, is that the project has been funded by the richest billionaires on the planet. "We do it completely for the community, the ticket price for the people's trip will be used to pay for the staff to serve this special space station."

It is expected that the inauguration of the space station will take place in less than 2 years.

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