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Dana is a graduate in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

22 September 2022

Hilton partners with Voyager to design suites on the Starlab space station

Voyager and Hilton announced on Tuesday, 20 September, that the hotel chain will be the official partner for Starlab, Voyager’s planned free-flying commercial space station. Hilton […]
19 September 2022

NASA opens bid for two new private astronaut missions to the International Space Station

On Wednesday September 14th, NASA announced that it plans to support two new private astronaut missions in low Earth orbit. Recently, the US space agency asked […]
9 September 2022

Chinese nuclear reactor could power 10 space stations

China is developing a powerful nuclear reactor for its missions to the Moon and Mars. According to a recent article published in Interesting Engineering, China has […]
6 September 2022

NASA partners with Axiom to launch the second space tourism mission to the ISS in 2023

NASA and Axiom Space have signed an agreement for the second private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS) to take place in the second quarter of […]
6 September 2022

SpaceX could launch up to 100 missions in 2023

SpaceX aims to complete 100 launch missions by 2023, the company’s CEO Elon Musk announced on Tweeter. SpaceX has already set a previous record in 2022 […]
15 August 2022

Global Travel Collection to offer journeys to space

Global Travel Collection, a division of Internova Travel Group, has partnered with Space Perspective to offer spaceflights. Last week, Global Travel Collection announced a new partnership […]
8 August 2022

Virgin Galactic postpones first space tourism flight to spring 2023

Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic has announced that it’s pushing its first commercial passenger flight to spring 2023. It was originally scheduled for the end of 2022. […]
5 August 2022

Blue Origin successfully completes sixth space tourism mission

Blue Origin’s 6th space tourism mission and 22nd overall flight (NS-22) was just completed successfully. After completion of the Launch Readiness Evaluation in the morning of […]
2 August 2022

Blue Origin’s next space tourist flight expected to launch on 4 August

Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin has announced that its sixth tourist spaceflight, NS-22, will lift off from the launch site next Thursday, Aug. 4. The launch window […]
1 August 2022

New study reveals caves on the Moon where people could potentially live and work

Planetary scientists at UCLA have discovered shady locations within pits on the moon with a temperature that hovers around 63 degrees Fahrenheit, making them ideal base […]
27 July 2022

Meet the crew of Blue Origin’s 6th suborbital space tourism launch

Blue Origin has announced the crew flying on New Shepard’s 22nd flight (NS-22) mission which will include Dude Perfect cofounder Coby Cotton, Portuguese entrepreneur Mário Ferreira, […]
22 July 2022

SpaceX faces competition pledging a trip to Mars in 2024

Two start-up companies are partnering to go to Mars in 2024, beating SpaceX’s ambition of reaching the Red Planet and become an inter-planetary species. The unprecedented […]
18 July 2022

James Webb telescope unveils images from the hidden universe

A new era in astronomy is unveiling as the world is setting eyes on the first images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. On the launch […]
12 July 2022

Boeing chosen by Virgin Galactic to build aircrafts for space tourism

Virgin Galactic announced a deal with Boeing to build a new set of carrier planes for the aerospace and space travel company to launch tourists in […]
5 July 2022

Space Tourism may have a greater impact on global warming than aviation, study shows

The space tourism industry could have a greater effect on the climate than the aviation industry if left unregulated, a new study published in the journal […]
5 July 2022

How living on Mars could help us back on Earth

A Chinese spacecraft has photographed the entire surface of Mars. It has sent back China’s first images of Mars’ South Pole, where most of the planet’s […]
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