Space Tourism: The Latest News, Features and Photos
Learn the latest news about space tourism and space tourist trips into outer space. SPACE.com looks at the growing business of space tourism.
Virgin Galactic and XCOR Aerospace are on track...
Pad 39A hosted Apollo launches to the moon and ...
X Prize officials aren't revealing any details ...
Seeing our fragile Earth hanging alone in space could inspire people to take the long view.
Dream Chaser's first free-flight test is slated for later this year.
A private company's manned moon lander has moved one step closer to reality.
Four-time space shuttle astronaut C.J. Sturckow has signed on with the company.
Commercial vehicles could help make space science accessible to a broad range of people.
U.S. dependence on Russian spaceships could last beyond 2017 without full support, Charlie Bolden says.
That's about $8 million more than the previous going rate.
Virgin Galactic's Sir Richard Branson and George Whitesides talk about Space tourism's next huge step taken on April 29th, 2013.
Virgin Galactic's first SpaceShipTwo customers could be flying by the end of the year.
It will soon cost $250,000 for a seat instead of $200,000, company officials say.
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo is almost ready to carry tourists to space.
See reactions and celebrations of Virgin Galactic's major rocket-powered flight test of SpaceShipTwo on April 29, 2013.
See what it was like to watch SpaceShipTwo soar in its first supersonic test flight.
Virgin Galactic conducted a historic first supersonic test flight of SpaceShipTwo on April 29, 2013, in the Mojave Desert, Calif., as seen in this stunning space wallpaper.
Virgin Galactic's suborbital vehicle makes its first powered ascent on April 29, 2013. Exceeding Mach 1, but not (yet) trying for 'space' altitude, the test was deemed successful by the shipbuilder Scaled Composites.