Sunday, July 8, 2012

Video: What Space Tourism Could Look Like

Saturday, July 7, 2012 12:17am PDT

New video offers a remarkable space trip for those grounded by reality

By: Chris Mauro,

If you've been seriously considering a space tourism trip, but the sputtering economy has left you a bit shy of the $25 million needed for a ticket out of our atmosphere, fret no more. You no longer need to be part of the .0001 percent, or wait another decade for "spaceline" prices to drop in order to get that stunning view of earth. Thanks to Tomislav Safundzic, an 18-year-old video editor from Croatia, you can save yourself millions, avoid the huge hassle of finding a space suit, and pass on the barf bag.



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