SpaceX flew three wealthy businessmen and an astronaut escort to the International Space Station


Posted on 08 April 2022


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On Friday, SpaceX flew three wealthy businessmen and an astronaut escort to the International Space Station for a stay of more than a week, joining Russia in welcoming visitors to the world's most costly tourist destination. After two years of transporting humans to the orbiting lab for NASA, this is SpaceX's first private charter mission there. Arriving at the International Space Station An American, a Canadian, and an Israeli who oversee investment, real estate, and other businesses will take the stage on Saturday. They'll each pay $55 million for the rocket flight and accommodations, which includes all meals.


Key Points


  • On Friday, SpaceX flew three wealthy businessmen and an astronaut escort to the International Space Station for a stay of more than a week, joining Russia in welcoming visitors to the world's most costly tourist destination.

  • The visitors will each pay $55 million for the rocket flight and accommodations, which includes all meals.


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