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Space travel or just hot air?

Within the next two years travelers with $140,000 to spend will be able to take a balloon flight into space. Spanish businessman Jose Lopez-Urdiales plans to launch the ‘bloon’ which will climb up to 36km above the Earth. Trips will last an hour each way and 4 passengers and 2 pilots will be treated to … Continue reading

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