Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Space tourism: Virgin Galactic ‘weeks’ away from first test flights in space
Virgin Galactic chairman Richard Branson said this week that the first commercial flight for its space tourism service should be coming "in months and not years." A seat on the spacecraft costs a wallet-melting $250,000.
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