Space tourism—20 years in the making—is finally ready for launch
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May 1, 20215 min read, 967 words

Space tourism—20 years in the making—is finally ready for launchSpace tourism—20 years in the making—is finally ready for launch

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Published: May 1, 2021  |  5 min read, 967 words
For most people, getting to the stars is nothing more than a dream. On April 28, 2001, Dennis Tito achieved that lifelong goal—but he wasn’t a typical astronaut. Tito, a wealthy businessman, paid $20 million for a seat on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft to be the first tourist to visi...
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May 6
A great update on the state of space tourism and its quick approach for adventurous, and wealthy consumers. This piece covers the basics of each competitor in the space, a bit about how they differ and does so without picking favorites. To the moon!
May 6
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