What’s next for NASA? Space Tourism

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

In this image taken from NASA Television, a SpaceX shipment prepares to arrive at the International Space Station following a weekend launch, Monday, May 6, 2019. The Dragon capsule reached the orbiting complex Monday, delivering 5,500 pounds (2,500 kilograms) of equipment and experiments. (NASA TV via AP)

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Anyone up for traveling to space? Well starting as early as 2020, NASA will open parts of the International Space Station to tourists and other private business ventures at $35,000 per night. Robyn Gatens, Deputy Director of the International Space Station at NASA Headquarters, joins Bill and Wendy show to shed more light on NASA’s plans for commercial space activities in low-Earth orbit.

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