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    Just $155M for a trip to the moon
    Gear  /  News
    Good news! British aerospace company Excalibur Almaz is ready to sell tickets to the moon, only $155 million per person!
    The company, based on the Isle of Man, was founded in 2005 by a Huston patent and space lawyer named Art Dula. Dula said in an interview that Excalibur Almaz would ferry passengers to and from lunar orbit in used Soviet spacecraft starting in 3 years. They will use Soviet-era Soyuz-FG rockets to get their operation off the ground. The module or the space station will orbit but not land on the moon during a journey that will take about 6 months for a round trip. Will you the taker?

    Via dvice, huffingtong post

    / By Ben on Tue Jun 26 2012
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