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£100m to fly to the moon

Excalibur Almaz – a space company from the Isle of Man – is aiming to take customers to the moon in former Soviet spacecraft, providing they can come up with the £100m for a ticket. The Engineer recently caught up with CEO Art Dula at a space tourism conference at London’s Royal Aeronautical Society.

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