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NASA takes from 2020, tourists to the ISS

NASA wants to open the International space station for tourists. From 2020 onwards, there should be two short missions per year for Private astronauts. Cheap ho

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NASA takes from 2020, tourists to the ISS

NASA wants to open the International space station for tourists. From 2020 onwards, there should be two short missions per year for Private astronauts. Cheap holiday this is not. Full Board costs extra.

space tourists should be able to fly after 2020, according to the US space Agency NASA on the International space station ISS. Missions of up to 30 days should be possible in the future, said NASA.

NASA's wool authorise up to "two short missions per year for Private astronauts," said the ISS responsible NASA representative Robyn Gatens. Up to a dozen space tourists could come a year on Board the ISS. There should be two providers, which are developing space capsules for NASA: private U.S. space firm SpaceX, Elon Musk, and the U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing.

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