The experience offered by KSF Space USA in collaboration with ZERO Gravity is the only commercial opportunity on Earth for individuals to experience true “weightlessness” without going to space. a modified Boeing 727-200. An upgrade to G-FORCE ONE’s hydraulic system allows for continuous hydraulic pressure during parabolic performance. The modification, along with the addition of accelerometers in the cockpit, were tested and approved by the FAA. No structural modifications were made to the aircraft’s interior or exterior.
The interior of G-FORCE ONE has been altered to allow for maximum floating space. The seats are located in the rear of the plane. The floating area is divided into sections and padded from floor to ceiling with one rope running down each side of the plane.
ZERO Gravity has qualified and trained staff experienced with performing research in parabolic flight. Several members of ZERO-G’s trained staff hold degrees and work in the fields of medicine, engineering, chemistry, physics, aerospace, and more. Hire a trained ZERO-G staff member to assist you with your parabolic flight research.
Dr Kayyali, chairman of the KSF Space Foundation mentioned “This opportunity is part of our new outreach education and training program which should be tailored with NASA in future, such initiative would allow individuals to practice the basic experiment following by astronaut training program offered by KSF Space USA Foundations”
Recently, the KSF Space Foundation announced the world’s cheapest “Cheap” CubeSat (NanoSatellite) in the history of small satellite industry, the CubeSat model is designed to facilitate the creation of low-cost CubeSat-class satellites.
KSF Space Foundation was initially founded to enable cost-efficient access to LEO with zero-environmental impact flying solutions. The foundation offers access to near-space and LEO for research and scientific experiments in many fields, as Earth or Space Observation, biological testing, satellite positioning detection, earth magnetic field measurement, radio transmit, atmosphere science and technology experiment. More information visit www.ksf.space