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Russia sends the Japanese billionaire to the International Space Station as a space tourist | Science and Planet – Commentary Box Sports

Russia will launch Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa with his assistant Yuzu Hirano to the International Space Station in December. The Russian Space

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The duo will depart from Baikonur, Kazakhstan on December 8 with a Soyuz MS-20 for a twelve-day flight. Captain Soyuz is Russian professional astronaut Alexander Mysorkin “I am very interested in what it means to be in space. So I intend to know my personal impressions and share them with the world on my YouTube channel,” Roscosmos quotes from the Japanese. The amount he paid was not revealed.
The Japanese will start a three-month training course at Star City near Moscow in June. Space Adventure…

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