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Nasa to open International Space Station to tourists

BBC News Friday, 7 June 2019
The US space agency says it will allow tourists to visit the station from 2020
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Beginning as early as next year, NASA plans to make the International Space Station available to space tourists and other business ventures. While the news may sound exciting, the cost to visit is far beyond what most of us can afford. According to Gizmodo, a stay aboard the ISS will cost $35,000 per...

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