Watch the Russia Today report above that talks to the designers of a suborbital tourism system we have seen before but now they are saying it will cost $200 million to develop and its first generation mini-shuttle would carry one pilot and two passengers, each paying $200,000 for a ticket. The company behind it, and the Geophysica high altitude aircraft that would air launch the three-person mini-shuttle, also have plans for a 14-seater version that would be carried by the Soviet space shuttle Buran’s Atlanta transport aircraft
VIDEO: Russia Today reports $200m Russian suborbital tourism plan
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