See the Other Face of the Moon for $150 Million
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Space Adventures is offering two seats for wealthy tourists that would love to take a fascinating trip around the moon. One of them is already booked, which means that only one is still available at the moment. For a whooping $150 million, it can be yours! We know it’s a mind-boggling price, but it actually is considerably less than the previous ones (when space tourism was at its very beginning).
The Virginia-based space company had the pleasure of sending the first space tourist, Dennis Tito, to the International Space Station (a research facility in low Erath orbit) in April 28, 2001, and it now plans this amazing trip “to the moon and back”, scheduled to happen in 2015. It will last for three to nine days.
Tourists will never actually make it on the moon, but they will go around it, gaze at its hidden side and admire its surface from an approximately 62 miles distance. So, wealthy people around the world, are you ready to shell out $150 million on the trip of your life?