In the past, Bigelow Aerospace has been relatively hush-hush about its plans to test an inflatable space module that could someday be used as an orbital hotel. But in "Dispatches From the Final Frontier," Michael Belfiore provides lots of new details about Bigelow's plans for next month's test launch and beyond. And Bigelow's reworked Web site lays out the specifics for flying mementos in zero-G for less than $300, starting with its second test flight. The company even promises to post videos or photos that just might show your item floating inside the module — proving that you got what you paid for.
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