Two companies took big steps toward selling modestly priced rides to space last week.
Glamping in zero gravity will cost a few millions bucks at least.
SpaceX, Blue Origin, and others join the fray.
But Blue Origin has a lot of work to do before its lander can touch down.
Stream the United Launch Alliance and Arianespace launches. And maybe Blue Origin and SpaceX.
Private companies want to launch reusable space rockets in 2020.
Orbital manufacturing is already paving the way for better solar panels, faster internet, cleaner computer chips, and lab-grown human hearts
The long road to reusability
My, what big windows you have
Simulation shows the New Glenn landing on a drone ship
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