Space Tourism:Risks And Rewards

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Published on April 2, 2008

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Talk given at Cambridge Science Festival, March 2008

Space Tourism: Risks & Rewards J. Duncan Law-Green University of Leicester & National Space Centre Cambridge Science Festival 13th March 2008

Suborbital & Orbital Flight Edge of space defined as 100km (62 miles) above Earth’s surface. Orbital spaceflight Altitude 150 miles+, speed 17,500mph+ Suborbital spaceflight Max altitude 62 miles+, speed 2500mph+ Commercial air traffic Altitude 8 miles, Speed 600mph

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