Blue Origin is ready to send paying travelers into space by 2018 after successfully testing its in-flight escape system.
Musk thinks this is possible if we send 100 humans at a time, possibly costing as low as $100,000 per person. Yes, that’s the low estimate…
Though VSS Unity soared to over 50,000 feet, it is too soon to get excited if you were hoping of booking a ticket and becoming a space tourist.
US firm Moon Express said it had received approval from the government to send an unmanned lander to the moon in 2017, in a first for private industry.
Following up on our coverage of space tourism efforts in general, SpaceX is trying this weekend to once again land a rocket on an ocean platform.
The Richard Branson-owned Virgin Galactic announced its second commercial spacecraft will have a public reveal in February 2016.