Russia has revealed new plans to send a space tourist space to the International Space Station at the end of 2021. According to Roscosmos the nation, the space agency has signed a contract with Space Adventures Inc., a private company to look after ofod. The space tourists will be distributed to the Russian segment in the ISS using the Soyuz spacecraft.
Space tourism is expected – the deed of place to visit leisure, rather than professional purposes – grows really in the next decades. Last year, the SpaceX private space company revealed plans to send two tourists into space through its Big Space Spaceship, and Russia has already sent a host of people in its own trips.
Roscosmos, a Russian space agency, announced last week that she had organized "two space space participants" for "short-term space trips" which are currently taking place a few years ago. The forthcoming ride will be the latest of the number of tourist destinations that the country has offered.
The first space tourist to take part in Russian space tourism was Dennis Tito in 2001; a total of seven people have been taken to the ISS, including Charles Simonyi who has twice visited. Those flights were the same in conjunction with Space Adventures.
In November, NASA was also revealed to consider selling tourist trips where it was a potential new source of revenue. The agency predicts it could make millions of dollars from selling seats into space, but such schemes have not been completed at the moment.