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.
SpaceX, Boeing and Sierra Nevada each get about $10 million to start certifying their spaceships.
Just in time for the holidays, SpaceX mission patches are on sale for the first time.
A private space company backed by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has switched rocket providers.
Human space tourists could ride balloons high above the Earth to get astronautlike views by 2014.
A successful balloon flight test by Zero 2 Infinity on Nov. 12, 2012 could pave the way for a cheaper form of space tourism.
Elon Musk wants to help put 80,000 people on the Red Planet.
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The private spaceflight company SpaceX aims to make a fully reusable spacecraft.
SpaceX’s reusable rocket prototype, called Grasshopper, has taken its highest hop yet, a 17.7-foot flight test to demonstrate its closed loop thruster vectors and throttle controls
The space agency will likely continue working to get astronauts to an asteroid by 2025.
Budget issues will probably be a much bigger driver for the space agency, experts say.
The private Dragon spacecraft was recovered and brought back to port after its first official cargo delivery mission.
Suborbital space line Virgin Galactic may offer zero-g parabolic flights on its WhiteKnightTwo mothership.
The private cargo capsule landed in the Pacific Ocean after a resupply mission to the International Space Station on October 28th, 2012.
The cargo capsule is on its way back to Earth as it departed the International Space Station on October 28th, 2012.
The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft splashed down in the Pacific to cap off a landmark cargo delivery mission.