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Wanna go into space? Here's what it's like

What does 6 G's feel like? The rush of peak acceleration that will accompany a suborbital spaceflight just might be wild enough to make you scream.Full story

Space tourists start their training

To prepare themselves for the day they can make a suborbital journey, eight people, including an aspiring astronaut, are undergoing centrifuge and altitude chamber tests this week as part of a three-day course. Full story

Spinoffs expected from suborbital vehicle work

The development of commercial suborbital space vehicles should lead eventually to businesses such as commercial hypersonic point-to-point air travel and low-cost launches to low Earth orbit, according to spaceship builders, venture capitalists and other entrepreneurs. Full story

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