Have you always dreamed of blasting off into space? A new generation of "tourists" could start missions to the moon by 2015.
A British company says it will charge would-be astronauts $200 million a pop for a space flight around the moon and back.
The company, Excalibur Almaz, also plans to build a space station that it will rent out to the highest bidder.
If money were no object, if you had $200 million to throw around, would you take a chance on taking a flight to the moon?
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