3 Investors Paid $55 Million  Axiom-1 Space Ticket

For SpaceX and NASA

It’s A Milestone

For NASA, which has been working to create a WeWork of industrial parks in low Earth orbit.

SpaceX Is Heading

To the International Space Station with its first all-private astronaut crew organized by Axiom Space, a startup building a  commercial space station.

It’s A Milestone For NASA

Which has been working with companies like Blue Origin’s Orbital Reef and Nanoracks’ Starlab to create a WeWork of industrial parks in low Earth orbit to encourage space travel.

The Ax-1 mission Is Being Led By

Retired NASA astronaut Michael López-Alegría, who’s also Axiom’s vice president of business development

The Other Three Crewmates Are

Larry Connor of the U.S., Canada’s Mark Pathy, and Eytan Stibbe from Israel. Each paid about $55 million for their ticket.

The 10-Day Adventure

Includes commercial activities, lab experiments, and gourmet food created by celebrity chef Jose Andres

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