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In 2001, millionaire Dennis Tito became the first private space tourist. Since then, Space Adventures, the company that arranged his trip on a Russian spacecraft, has sent five people into space. We talk with the CEO of Space Adventures and the next space tourist Richard Garriott about private space ventures and the future of private citizens in space.
- Eric Anderson President and CEO, Space Adventures, Ltd.
- Richard Garriott Creator of the Ultima series of computer games; Vice-chairman of the Board of Directors for Space Adventures
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