American computer game developer Richard Garriott floated in weightlessness inside a Russian Sokol spacesuit during an airplane ride to celebrate the release of his game 'Tabula Rasa.'
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Space Tourist Settles in Aboard Station
Credit: Space Adventures.
Space tourist Richard Garriott poses for a photograph while storing a protein crystal growth experiment during his October 2008 flight to the International Space Station.
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American Billionaire, Astronauts Share Smiles Aboard Space Station
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The world's fifth space tourist Charles Simonyi (bottom center) and the joint space station crews of Expeditions 14 and 15 share smiles after speaking…Read More »
with reporters on April 10, 2007. Clockwise from top left are: Expedition 14 commander Michael Lopez-Alegria, Expedition 14/15 flight engineer Sunita Williams, Expedition 14 flight engineer Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 15 commander Fyodor Yurchikhin, Simonyi and Expedition 15 flight engineer Oleg Kotov. Less «
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Billionaire Space Tourist’s Landing Delayed a Day
U.S. spaceflight participant Charles Simonyi, the world's first repeat space tourist, floats in the Harmony node of the International Space Station during his 2009 spaceflight.
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Space Clown to Lighten Mood In Orbit
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Guy Laliberte clowns around during training for his space tourist flight to the International Space Station.
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Space Adventures Space Tourists, Including Dennis Tito, in Moscow
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Six of the seven Space Adventures alums met in Moscow recently to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's historic spaceflight of April 12, 1961.…Read More »
Left to right: Greg Olsen, Charles Simonyi, Anousheh Ansari, Dennis Tito and Richard Garriott. (Not pictured: Mark Shuttleworth.) Less «
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First-Hand Look: One Family's Unforgettable Zero Gravity Holiday
Credit: Steve Boxall/Zero-G
The Stern family of Colorado float in weightlessness during a Fourth of July holiday flight aboard a Zero Gravity Corporation aircraft on July 4, 2010.