The news tabloid picked up on how Elon Musk's space tourism business has positioned itself like a "mission." Musk's company Space X has taken on the branding of American government's early ventures into space. Here is the media coverage Drudge links to.
According to Musk, within a year two private citizens will be visiting the moon. And they will symbolize the same hopes and dreams which those on the Apollo had.
Already the space tourists have made a deposit on this destination and will be screened to ensure they are healthy enough. As yet, their identities have not been released.
It's possible that these kinds of trips to the moon will become a must experience for the wealthy. "Honey, for our wedding, let's go to the moon, not St. Bart's."
As Space X plays up moon tourism in the media, SNL will have lots of new comic material. And, the legal profession will be slugging it out on the liability issues.
Like the driverless car, which involves so much technology, private sector space travel is also high tech. That means lots of diverse deep pockets could be defendants in litigation. They include big company software developers.
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