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SpaceX Will Fly 4 Space Tourists in Dragon Capsule

ExtremeTech Tuesday, 18 February 2020
SpaceX Will Fly 4 Space Tourists in Dragon CapsuleToday, SpaceX and Space Adventures have announced a partnership that will bring Elon Musk's company fully into the world of space tourism. Within two years, SpaceX will send four civilians into orbit aboard its Dragon capsule. 

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