Justin Bieber and manager Scooter Braun are going to space as part of Virgin Galactic's space tourism program, Sir Richard Branson has announced. Tragically, Branson did not indicate that Bieber would be left in space once he arrived. Bieber will join such other celebrity "astronauts" as Ashton Kutcher and Leonardo...
Justin Bieber has been on a bit of a tear in 2013, so the only natural next step was for him to travel into space.
Justin Bieber's reach could soon extend out of this world. According to a tweet from Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson, the 19-year-old pop star and his manager, Scooter Braun, have joined Ashton Kutcher as the latest celebrities to sign up for a ride on Branson's SpaceShip Two commercial space flight. "Great to hear @justinbieber & […]
Justin Bieber’s long-held dream of going into space is set to become a reality. Virgin’s billionaire founder, Richard Branson, confirmed in a June 5 tweet, that the 19-year-old and his manager, Scooter Braun, have signed up to their suborbital spaceflights program. Show More Summary
Justin Bieber in space? Make it so, Virgin Galactic! Virgin's billionaire founder, Richard Branson, reported in a Twitter tweet that the teenage pop star and his agent, Scooter Braun, have signed up to suborbital spaceflights: "Great to hear @justinbieber & @scooterbraun are …
From the Virgin Galactic Spaceport!
In the New Mexican desert, not far from the town of Truth or Consequences, Virgin Galactic is building the future. Last week, ComingSoon.net had the privilege of helicoptering in to Spaceport America, the world's first spaceport built...Show More Summary
Spacebound: Leonardo DiCaprio acknowledges the audience at the opening of the 66th edition of the Cannes Film Festival. (Credit: Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images) If you thought $200,000 was a lot to pay for a Virgin Galactic flight to the edge of space, try $1.5 million. Show More Summary
Vasily Klyukin, a Russian businessman living in Monaco, paid 1.2 million euros ($1.5 mln) to board a Virgin Galactic spaceship in a seat next to Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio, Sky News television reported on Friday.
To infinity and seXXXyyyy!!!! One lucky philanthropist bought a trip sitting next to Leonardo DiCaprio on Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic space flight. INCREDIBALLZ!!! The trip, which Leo may or may not regret to agreeing to later, sold for $1.5 million Thursday night at amfAR's annual gala and auction at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Now that [...]
That's right, somebody bid on a trip to outer space on a Virgin Galactic flight, and the mystery celebrity who's going to accompany the lucky winner was revealed to be Leo. The auction was organized by amfAR, and the winning bidder paid 1.2 million euros, or $1.5 million if you're an uncultured American. Show More Summary
On Thursday night, three people came one giant leap closer to making their dream of dying alongside Leonardo DiCaprio a reality, when they paid a combined $3.8 million to travel with him into space on a Virgin Galactic voyage. Read more...
Virgin Galactic SpacePlaneTwo ticket prices have increased from $200,000 to $250,000 this year, but apparently DiCaprio makes the whole experience worth around $1.25 million more. Now we know the value of one of his aging-but-still-dimpled smiles.
One lucky bidder at a Cannes auction has won a trip into space with Leonardo DiCaprio. The all-star trip on the Virgin Galactic ship cost $1.5 million.
Would you pay $1.5 million to go to a few Oscar parties? Or $1.8 million to fly to the moon on Virgin Galactic with Leonardo Di Caprio? Someone did – and more. That’s what made Harvey Weinstein smile when we spoke after amFAR’s annual Cinema Against AIDS Cannes Film Festival gala got a very special 20th anniversary present Thursday night. Show More Summary
Speedy: Virgin Galactic's SpaceShip Two flies over the Mojave Desert in California (Credit: Reuters) Posted by Frank Barrett, The Mail on Sunday Travel Editor It will soon be possible to fly from London to Sydney in a few hours on.....
Check out three ambitious companies focused on intergalactic innovation--and one expert's forecast for what's next in space. High-profile intergalactic projects such as Elon Musk's Space X and Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic have helped bring space travel (read: space commerce) to the mainstream. Show More Summary
Fresh off the heels of the first rocket-powered test flight of its passenger spaceship, owner and aspiring operator Virgin Galactic has added two pilots to its payroll, including Rick Sturckow, a former NASA astronaut, the company announced...Show More Summary
Sir Richard Branson and his Virgin Galactic crew will soon have a new neighbor at Spaceport America, as SpaceX has just signed a three-year lease to the facility. Central to the agreement, SpaceX will move its Grasshopper reusable rocket...Show More Summary
With a rocket-powered test flight, the billionaire's space transportation company moves closer to its goal of shuttling tourists into space by 2014.