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Learn the latest news about space tourism and space tourist trips into outer space. Space.com looks at the growing business of space tourism.
From sea to the stratosphere, Space Perspective aims to give high-altitude balloon tourists a flexible launching point to see the blackness of space and the curve of Earth.
Space tourism company Virgin Galactic may be sued by shareholders, a media report suggests, while Virgin Orbit is bleeding cash ahead of its first launch from the United Kingdom.
Virgin Galactic will partner with Axiom Space to give astronauts a brief weightless experience, and it has new suppliers to build the next-generation Delta spaceship in 2023.
NASA and Axiom Space are adding two Saudi astronauts to the Ax-2 manifest that already includes a NASA astronaut and a motorsports racing driver.
Newly returned International Space Station astronauts say they were impressed with their quarters, but new tech and design thinking could push new commercial stations even further.
SpaceX's newly announced tourist mission to the moon could help humanity extend its footprint far beyond Earth, company representatives say.
The first person to pay his way into space has now bought two tickets to the moon. Dennis Tito revealed that he and his wife have reserved seats on a SpaceX Starship circumlunar flight.
AstroAccess is hoping to redesign spaceflight to serve people with disabilities, starting with parabolic flights. Its December opportunity is the second dedicated flight for the organization.
When astronauts venture out on the first commercial spacewalk next year, they will be able to mark the time with special wristwatches. IWC Schaffhausen has created chronographs for Polaris Dawn.
A launch date hasn't been set yet for the next flight carrying Sharon Hagle and Marc Hagle, who last flew in March.
Space.com's editors present a reading list for space and sci-fi lovers, as well as children who are interested in astronomy and spaceflight.
A champagne developed for the microgravity environment of space has found its ride into Earth orbit. Maison Mumm has partnered with Axiom Space to launch Mumm Cordon Rouge Stellar on future missions.
The Canadian Space Agency is expanding its spaceflight options through an agreement with Axiom Space, which has already organized a crewed mission with SpaceX.
Hotel giant Hilton is extending its operations to orbit with a new partnership on the Starlab private space station, which may be operational in 2027.
Brian Binnie, who in 2004 became only the second person in history to pilot a private craft into space, has died at the age of 69.
The failure of a Blue Origin rocket during an uncrewed launch this month has members of Congress urging for more transparency of an FAA investigation into the accident.
Inspiration4 raised $250 million for charity during the first-ever all-private crewed mission to orbit, and it's just the start of a program using SpaceX vehicles for private flights.
NASA requested proposals for two additional private missions to the International Space Station to run between late 2023 and 2024, adding on to others approved or already flown with Axiom Space.