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Space Fantasy #47: Billionaire Nut Job Robert Bigelow's Inflatable Hotel To Orbit Earth In 4 Years.....

Space tourists could book a stay at a 'monster' inflatable hotel that will orbit Earth in 2021, claims billionaire hotel mogul Robert Bigelow  

Billionaire hotel mogul Robert Bigelow plans to sell reservations at an inflatable space 'hotel' by 2021. The 72-year-old, who made his fortune through the hotel chain Budget Suites of America, says the hotel will be part of a 'monster' space station. The per-passenger cost could be in the 'low seven figures' though most likely in the 'low eight figures,' Bigelow said. As well as the ambitious new project, Bigelow said that he will be investing 'millions of dollars' to learn the global space market need. Source

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