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.
Wanna get away (in 3-5 years)? Why not book a reservation aboard the not-so-spacious Soyuz spacecraft, where you, a Russian cosmonaut and some eccentric, anonymous billionaire can spend an intimate week in the stars, floating past the moon.
Space Adventures is going to use an Armadillo Technologies rocket to launch amateur astronauts 62 miles into the sky. Nothing new, except that they will do it for half the price of Virgin Galactic's ticket, and in a real rocket!
I imagine the first thing on everyone's mind when they return from space is "When the f%&@ can I go back!?" Today, Charles Simonyi became the first space tourist to make a second paid flight.