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Seattle Space Needle Puts Free Spaceflight Up for Grabs

If you've ever wanted to fly to space for free, here's your chance. Full story

Space Tourist Trips Around the Moon Get Roomier Spaceship

Fifty years after the first American astronaut rocketed into space, one commercial spaceflight company is hoping to push the envelope even further, with tourist trips around the moon. And now they plan to use a bigger spaceship. Full story

Next Giant Leap for Space Tourism: A Trip Around the Moon

This story is part of a week-long series on the first decade of space tourism, which began on April 2001. Also today on SPACE.com: How space tourism is changing the face of suborbital science. Full story

First Space Tourist: How a U.S. Millionaire Bought a Ticket to Orbit

This story is part of a SPACE.com series to mark a decade of space tourism. Coming tomorrow: The future of space tourism and its impact on space science. Full story

Multimillion-Dollar Space Tourist Trips to Resume in 2013

An American space tourism company that sells multimillion-dollar tourist flights to the International Space Station announced today (Jan. 12) that it will resume the high-society spaceflights in 2013, after a five-year lull. Full story

Boeing Aims to Fly Passengers to Space on New Capsule

This story was updated at 7 p.m. ET. Aerospace heavyweight Boeing has teamed up with a private spaceflight marketing firm to sell passenger seats for future flights of its new space capsule. Full story

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