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Space Odyssey: 4 Ways to Take the Trip of a Lifetime

Nov 7 2013 - 6:06am

There's no sound in space, but that isn't stopping Lady Gaga [1] from performing in zero gravity. Ms. Gaga will be the first recording artist to sing in space, but she isn't the first to rock out over Earth (need we remind you of Col. Chris Hadfield's excellent rendition of Space Oddity [2] aboard the International Space Station).

The Mother Monster joins the growing list of space-bound celebrities, including Kate Winslet and Tom Hanks [3]. But it's not just exclusive to the stars (or Olympic torches [4]), you too (with some major funding) can see the wonders of the universe up close by booking a seat on a spacecraft heading to the final frontier.


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http://www.geeksugar.com/tech/Space-Tourism-Cost-32369082