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NASA to allow private astronauts on space station

CBS News Friday, 7 June 2019
NASA's five-part commercialization blueprint would allow product development and even advertising aboard the International Space Station
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Huff Post reports NASA plans to open the International Space Station to private citizens for the first time. Commercial companies will be able to arrange tours that could cost as much as $58 million per person. The first phase of the plan will allow one or two private astronauts to make short-term...

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