Space tourism has become a reality thanks to startups - CMU The Tartan Online

Credit: Tracy Le/Junior Designer An image of World View Enterprise's Stratollite in the stratosphere. (credit: Courtesy of Space.com). It seems tourism is exploring its final frontier: space. In late 2018, SpaceX will place two tourists in its Dragon ...

SpaceX's Moon Flight: The Whole World Awaits Who Will Be The Two Passengers Of The Flight - University Herald

Elon Musk announced that SpaceX will go to the moon in 2018 but who will be its first 2 passengers? (Photo : NASA via Getty Images). Right after Elon Musk announced that the Space X moon flight will have two passengers, a lot of speculations arose ...

A New Space Race Has Begun - The Weekly Standard

So far, as president, Donald Trump has said all the right things about space. He wants NASA focused on exploration again. He wants men flying back to the moon in 2018. In his pseudo-State of the Union last week, he reminded the country that "American ...

SpaceX Moon Mission Won't Be Rich People's Joyride ... Says Space Travel Vet - TMZ.com

SpaceX's plan to fly 2 non-astronauts around the moon next year is insanity -- if they're sending 2 flight newbies up there ... this according to another private citizen who went to space. Richard Garriott is a video gaming mogul who spent 12 days on ...

Techly Explains: Who owns the moon? - Techly

Unless you are a conspiracy theorist, you accept that on July 20, 1969, we put men on the moon. According to NASA, at 10:56pm (EDT), Neil Armstrong climbed down from the lunar module and uttered those famous words. Along with fellow astronaut Buzz ...

Here's who we think will fly to the moon with SpaceX - Mashable

From the moment that SpaceX's Elon Musk announced the company's intention to send two unnamed people in a long loop around the moon in 2018, people started speculating about who those mystery passengers might be. Musk didn't give out many clues ...

How SpaceX Got to Cape Canaveral (and Soon, the Moon) - Reporter Magazine

This past month brought about a symbolic milestone for the private space industry. On Feb. 19, SpaceX launched a Falcon9 rocket to resupply the International Space Station from the Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A in Cape Canaveral — the very same ...

Don't expect a space race between SpaceX and NASA. They need each other - Los Angeles Times

SpaceX, the upstart company, and NASA, the government agency, both have plans to venture to Mars and orbit the moon. But that doesn't mean they've launched a new space race. In fact, NASA has long been SpaceX's most important customer, providing ...