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News Archive / Tagged: Space Adventures

  • Japanese billionaire visits the International Space Station

    Derek RichardsonDecember 8th, 2021

    Three people launched to the International Space Station for an 11-day stay at the orbiting laboratory, the first tourist mission at the outpost since 2009.

  • Orbital space tourism poised to take off later this year

    Theresa CrossMay 26th, 2021

    Within a span of about six months, a dozen new spaceflight participants could fly into orbit on four space tourism flights beginning as early as September.

  • Sarah Brightman postpones her flight to space station

    Tomasz NowakowskiMay 15th, 2015

    British soprano singer Sarah Brightman announced Wednesday that she is postponing her spaceflight to the International Space Station (ISS) planned for Sept. 1. “Sarah Brightman announced today that she is postponing her plans to launch aboard the upcoming Soyuz TMA-18M spaceflight mission,” a statement on her website said. She said that for personal family reasons her […]

  • Private company looks to fly crewed lunar mission by 2017

    James TuttenJune 21st, 2014

    Space jet-setters hitching a ride to visit the Moon may not be science fiction much longer. A private company specializing in space tourism, Space Adventures, announced last week that two unnamed customers have paid deposits to fly on the first ever private mission to the Moon.