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three two one NASA says it will soon be hosting vacations in space but they'll cost you the US space agency will allow private citizens to flight to the international space station and stay for up to thirty days as early as next year the cost of the flight will be around fifty million dollars plus room and board the private astronaut is on station they will have to pay us while they're there for the life support to the water %HESITATION things of that nature if you look at the pricing and you had it up back a napkin you'll be roughly about thirty five thousand dollars a night for astronaut %HESITATION but won't come with any help America points NASA's announcement is a ship from its longstanding prohibition against Taurus and private interests at the orbiting research lab it reflects a broader push to expand commercial activities at the I SS transport will be provided by Boeing and SpaceX both companies are currently developing capsules that'll Kerry humans to the ISS NASA says opening the door to private enterprise will help fund the agency's goal of returning to the moon by twenty twenty four