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Space Hotels:

A Zero-G Getaway
Long Island Press
Apr 20, 2006

Vacation: The Final Frontier

Less than a decade from now, space hotels will offer a zero-G getaway
NYU Livewire
Apr 4, 2006

Tourism in space closer to countdown

The Huntsville Times
Sunday, June 27, 2004



Madison Ave. on the moon: Frolicking in the final frontier

Advertising Age
June 14, 2004



RIT pushing tourism studies to new heights

By Matthew Daneman
Democrat and Chronicle
(February 7, 2001) -- Rochester Institute of Technology has a five-year mission to go where no school has gone before -- to a bachelor's degree in space tourism.

The school already offers the only higher education courses available in that field.
 Now it plans to widen the offerings to classes covering space-related manufacturing, packaging, nutrition, food service and even fashion, said Francis Domoy, chairman of the hospitality and service management department.
  To create the academics behind the diploma, RIT over the next five years will add several specialized faculty members in orbital engineering; horticulture; and heating, ventilation and air conditioning, Domoy said.

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Cosmic adventure for sale

Entrepreneur hopes to launch facilities for tourists and business
By David Tyler
Democrat and Chronicle
(February 7, 2001) -- Gene Meyers has some property in low Earth orbit that he would like to sell you.

Meyers, a Buffalo native, is president of the California-based Space Island Group, a company he started in 1999 to build commercial space stations. He was in Rochester yesterday to promote his company's plans to commercialize space -- and look for potential clients and investors.

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Maybe we'll travel out of this world
By Kevin Bonsor, How Stuff Works

Make your reservations now the space tourism industry is officially open for business, and tickets are going for a mere $20 million for a one week stay in space!

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March 22 1999


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