The "Shuttle Launch Experience" simulator at NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (Image: BRC)
BRC's "Shuttle Launch Experience" simulator
Astronauts training aboard the KC-135 aircraft, which inspired the proposed Zero Gravity Roller Coaster (Photo: NASA)
It appears that BRC Imagination Arts, a Southern California design firm, have a zero gravity roller coaster proposal that’s waiting for a US$50 million investment. BRC’s proposed theme-park ride is inspired by NASA’s astronaut training aircraft the KC-135 (aka “Vomit Comet”) and would give riders the sensation of floating within a stable chamber.
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