Besides boasting "the largest windows ever in space," according to Bezos, the pod is equipped with comfy-looking reclined leather seats that face outwards, some sexy mood lighting, and a large cylindrical object jutting out from the middle, which houses the critically important escape system's motor. If you really want to see what it's like up close, there will be a prototype version of the capsule on display next week during the Space Symposium in Colorado Springs.
The company hasn't yet started accepting deposits from the people who'd like to hitch a ride, but it claims it'll be ready to launch its first passengers at some point next year.
h/t The Verge
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