Isn’t it amazing how quickly the world is changing!— Graeme Codrington, TomorrowToday
Middleclass people will in the next 30 or 40 years [be able to become space tourists].— Graeme Codrington, TomorrowToday
South African born Elon Musk’s Space X plans to fly two space tourists around the moon in 2018.
Musk announced on Monday that the tourists have already placed a “significant” deposit for the historic trip.
Nobody has ventured beyond low Earth orbit since the final Apollo mission in 1972.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed TomorrowToday Futurist Graeme Codrington.
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He [Elon Musk] wants to have a million people living on Mars by the end of the century.— Graeme Codrington, TomorrowToday
This is worth doing so that we can improve our lives through science.— Graeme Codrington, TomorrowToday
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