Finnish start-up Space Nation made headlines with their “office in space” on the ISS. For £17.000 the company has bought a box which should be used to fly “payloads” to the space station – an offer to research institutions, universities, etc.
Space Nation’s CEO Vähä-Jaakkola has shared information about that “office” in a presentation.
The box looks like that (for comparison, a mid-size paper shopping bag at the right):
The bananas would unfortunately not fit into one of the subunits which Space Nation plans to rent out for more than $52.000. One would have to rent the next size (3U).
To be fair, Space Nation has made clear, that this will not be their core business.
However, their core business looks no more promising. The app has had somewhere 100 to 500 downloads in the first week and is losing traction. Space Nation had planned with 100.000 users daily.