Unless you're a billionaire or, God help you, Lance Bass, you won't be a space tourist any time soon.
But you can get damn close when you sign up for Zero-G’s “Weightless Experience,” taking off from Burbank on June 15th.
Helmed by former astronauts, Zero-G flies a modified 727, the interior of which has been converted into the only padded room you’d willingly enter.
Once the plane reaches 34,000 feet, the pilot performs a series of parabolic arcs that’ll render you 100 percent weightless.
This undulating maneuver is repeated 15 times, each time giving you 30 seconds to float around the cabin, do flips and gobble suspended orbs of water.
From start to finish, you’re looking at a five-hour outing. Kids as young as eight years old are welcome to join. Ozzy Osbourne's done it. So has Google co-founder Sergey Brin. And here's a pic of Martha Stewart weightless. You're welcome.
Zero-G just started taking reservations, but spots are limited and certain to sell out quickly, so buckle up.