Governments across the globe have announced plans for the facilities. But is space travel advanced enough to support them?
When money and gravity are no object, following in the galactic footsteps of Yuri Gagarin is the final frontier
Space agency's art team hopes retro images will promote interest in Kepler telescope project’s work discovering potentially habitable worlds
Britain has stolen a march in the space race with plans for the world's first spaceport outside the U.S., hoping to be operational by 2018
Anti-espionage laws bar Chinese nationals from spot on space tourism flights
A Dutch company plans on sending four lucky Earthlings to colonize the Red Planet. The catch: They won't come back
Successful applicants will train for eight years
Passenger trips to space could just be a year away
The company's passenger spacecraft, SpaceShipTwo, completed its first rocket-powered flight
An Australian travel company teams with space engineers to plan the ultimate pub crawl
One more contender joins the great space travel race, planning super-quick sub-orbital flights
Plans to open the first-ever space hotel in 2016. But what's there to do up there?
The founder of Earth2Orbit, India's first private space start-up, discusses life as a spaceship designer in Mumbai and her vision to send India's public into orbit