Visit The Space Station For A Month!
NASA has announced the International Space Station will open for space tourism as early as next year, with a 30 day visit setting you back about $30m! Meanwhile, the European Space Agency is about ready to finally launch a baby-space shuttle, the Space RIDER is nearing it’s final tests to get ESA members into orbit – and possibly beyond.
Brad and I dive into these headlines today on Talkin’ Science…
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