Their Mars mission is set to blast off St. Petersburg Times

Remember the people who said the moon landing was a hoax?
A New Port Richey company hopes to create a simulated trip to Mars that everyone will know is fake but will appear as realistic as possible.
“This is not Disney World or Universal Studios,” said Mark Homnick, 52, one of the managers of NewSpace Center LLC.
The company has submitted site plans for a 75-acre lot in Titusville on Florida’s Space Coast to build Interspace, a space-themed entertainment and research facility that would include the simulated Martian environment. The men estimated the project will cost about $30-million and said their plans began in 2005. Homnick and his vice president, Joseph Palaia, run the company and its parent, 4Frontiers, out of Homnick’s waterfront stilt home.