Thursday, August 11, 2005

"To the moon Alice, bang, zoom, to to the moon..."

"You and me both, for only $100 million."
Space Adventures, a company based in Arlington, Va., has already sent two tourists into orbit. Today, it is to unveil an agreement with Russian space officials to send two passengers on a voyage lasting 10 to 21 days, depending partly on its itinerary and whether it includes the International Space Station.

A roundtrip ticket will cost $100 million...

Eric Anderson, the chief executive of Space Adventures, said he believed the trip could be accomplished as early as 2008.
[NY Times]
Roundtrip, $100 million. Are they pricing one-way?