EXPLORATION PARK, Fla. (PRWEB) December 12, 2022
Zero-G just announced that they will be contributing a significant donation to Christina Korp's non-profit organization Space For A Better World after their December 9th flight featuring Charlie Duke, an Apollo 16 astronaut and Moon Walker.
Space For A Better World was formed to inspire and educate people from all ages and walks of life about the ways that space technology can help save our planet.
“This partnership with Space for a Better World is completely aligned with our vision to democratize the zero gravity experience,” said Matt Gohd, Zero-G’s CEO. “Our two organizations have an even deeper shared passion: Inspiring younger generations to pursue STEM and space careers. It’s just one of the many reasons why we’re honored to work so closely with Christina and Space For A Better World.”
Through story telling content, curated experiences, events, and educational partnerships, Space for A Better World connects the space curious to the space serious.
“Only a fraction of humanity has ever experienced zero gravity. It’s time to change that,” Matt emphasized. And as the only FAA-approved provider of zero gravity flights in the entire country, we’re in a unique position to make that happen–one flight at a time.”
Zero Gravity Corporation is a privately held company providing zero gravity flights for astronaut training; scientific research; corporate incentives; government agencies; entertainment, TV & film; and the general public.
As the first and only FAA-approved provider of weightless flight in the U.S., Zero-G’s mission is to make the excitement and adventure of space accessible to the public. Zero-G’s attention to detail, excellent service, and quality of experience combined with its exciting history has set the foundation for the most exhilarating adventure-based tourism known to man.
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