This space tourism site carries much information, but does
not corner the market on it. There are many other fine websites
on the Internet that also carry loads of information about
space and tourism and other cutting edge and leading edge
areas as well.
Since you've found all that you're looking for on this website,
please visit some of our fine partner resources as well. The
resources listed on this page will help you further your education
about space and tourism and the future of space travel.
It is our hope that you visit our partner websites since
they are fine resources, but also don't forget to come back
to our site as well. The field of space tourism is advancing
rapidly and we will be adding new content to our site often.
- U. S. government website featuring section on humans in
Space.gov - U. S. government site pertaining the national
security interests in space.
Space Tourism Companies
Aerospace - Based in Mequite, Texas, the company is
developing VTOL devices.
Aerospace - tourism company featuring Galaxy and Sundancer
Origin - tourism company developing New Shepard spacecraft.
Services International - is developing the CSI Lunar Express.
Astrium - European company developing a space plane that
takes off and lands at an airport.
Corporation - tourism company developing Canadian Arrow.
- tourism company featuring the Rocketplane XP.
Adventures - the only company currently offering spaceflights
- currently building SpaceShipTwo and SpaceShipThree for tourist
- developing the SF-01 that uses renewable energy fuel sources.
- tourism company building Falcon 9 and Dragon capsule.
- space tourism company working on ThunderStar spacecraft.
- developing the Xerus spaceplane for tourist adventures.
Benson Space Company - Space tourism company featuring
the Dream Chaser.
Other Commercial Websites
Viz Productions - produces astronomy documentaries featuring
Sir Arthur C. Clarke, Buzz Aldrin, Rusty Schweickart and many
other experts and space scientists. The educational videos
are good for all ages.
Web Pages of Interest
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