“a new and exciting development” for Space Adventures?

by | Apr 2, 2009 | Commercial human spaceflight, International Space Station, Russia, Soyuz, space station, Space tourism | 0 comments

*** NEWS TELE-CONFERENCE ***

SPACE ADVENTURES’ CEO ERIC ANDERSON

FRIDAY, APRIL 3 – 1:00 p.m. (EDT)

 

SPACE ADVENTURES’ CEO ERIC ANDERSON TO DISCUSS FUTURE OF

SPACE TOURISM, AVAILABLE SEATS FOR UPCOMING ORBITAL FLIGHTS

 

WHAT:             Join Eric Anderson, co-founder, president and CEO of Space Adventures, to discuss the future of space tourism.  As Dr. Charles Simonyi prepares for his return to Earth from the International Space Station amid reports he is the “last space tourist,” Eric Anderson will discuss Space Adventures’ upcoming missions – including a new and exciting development.

 

Space Adventures, the only company that provides human space missions to the world marketplace, became world renowned in 2001 with the launch of client Dennis Tito, the world’s first privately-funded spaceflight participant. Since then, the company has launched five other individuals to space. Dr. Simonyi made history with his recent flight as the first private explorer to make a repeat visit to the space station.

 

WHO:               Eric Anderson, co-founder, president and CEO of Space Adventures

 

WHEN:             Friday, April 3, 2009

                        1:00 p.m. (EDT)/9:00 p.m. (MSD Moscow)

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