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ISRO gears up for space tourism takeoff, expects commencement by 2030

Space tourism is no longer a pipe dream of billionaires at least, with more and more private investments set to come in

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Nuha Bubere New Delhi
Do you want to blast off to space? Six years down the line, you may very well find yourself in a spacesuit travelling through the galaxy. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has announced that it expects to commence space tourism by 2030 for a cost of Rs 6 crore per passenger.

Work is in full swing for India to have its very own space tourism module, which is safe, durable, and reusable. And, people who travel to space could also call themselves astronauts, according to ISRO.

It’s too early to comment on whether the proposed space travel would be

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First Published: Mar 17 2023 | 11:47 PM IST

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