Balloon Tourism Aims for the Edge of Space

An Arizona company hopes to sell 19-mile high balloon rides for $75,000 a ticket.
0:33 | 10/23/13

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About a riding high altitude -- the folks at Tucson based worldview enterprises are working to make such ride. Unreality in the new video shows a depiction of a balloon lifting an eight passenger capsule ninety. Eighteen miles straight -- the whole ride up and back to earth would take about. Four hours and of course it's gonna cost you as odd just a measly 75000 bucks come on that's pocket change for John Mueller. The FAA must approve the whole thing for any flights can. Can take place and that could happen by the end of 2016. I'll I'll repeat to you -- -- 150 Agha cut.

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