Let's take the worst things on Earth and put them in space.
Companies will charge tens of millions of dollars for a single ticket to space, but NASA will see barely any of the money.
This is the first test for the escape system in the vacuum of space.
There’s some skepticism out there about whether this will happen.
Then THUMP explores what LA is doing to ensure drug safety at music festivals and Motherboard explains how an entrepreneur plans to bring space tourism to the Coachella valley.
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In the second episode of our Voyager series we check out what's already on offer for space tourists—and the closest you can get if you're not a multi-millionaire.
Brian Shiro was rejected by NASA. Twice. So he went and started an astronaut-for-hire service.
A UK company wants to build a 50m-deep pool for astronauts and divers to train in.
Pornhub is crowdfunding the world's first ever space porn.
The view from 102,200' is magnificent.
The idealistic view many people have of space exploration can lead to a cynical rejection of the real-world work being done to send humankind into space.