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First Private Crew Will Visit Space Station. The Price Tag: $55 Million Each – NPR

The astronauts will spend around eight days in orbit in what would be a new step for joint private-public space missions.

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The first private excursion to the International Space Station includes a crew of former NASA astronaut Michael López-Alegría (from left) along with Canadian Mark Pathy, American Larry Connor and Israeli Eytan Stibbe.
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A crew of private astronauts will pay around $55 million each to spend about eight days at the International Space Station next January in what would be a new step for joint private-public space missions. Axiom Space, a Houston company, says the trip will be led by former…

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