If you've got a lust for space travel, a desire to go where only a couple of dozen people have gone before, and $150 million to spare, Space Adventures needs you. The space tourism company--it's the one that organizes the ISS trips via the Russian Soyuz--has mapped a potential tour around the moon that could lift off within five years.
The journal Nature, ever the forward-looking publication, is finished with all of this best-of-the-last-decade nonsense. To celebrate the dawn of a new decade, the editors tapped experts across the scientific community, asking them simply "where will your field be ten years from now, and how will we get there?" Our favorite five predictions are collected below.