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Richard Branson envisions 'sexy hotels' in space

Imagine waking up in a little spaceship orbiting around the moon, spending the day hanging out there and then going back to your fancy hotel pod in space for the evening.  Just a daydream? The subject of a sci-fi novel?  Not according to Richard Branson, the British entrepreneur and founder of Virgin Galactic, who envisions a future where private citizens can fly to space as well as professional astronauts.
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