It comes with a number of benefits and pitfalls as well.Space research has many advantages and disadvantages.Space research is incredibly expensive and may achieve no direct benefit.
Space Adventures worked with the Federal Space Agency of the Russian Federation and Rocket and Space Corporation Energia to facilitate flights for the world's first private space explorers.
Each person paid over $20 million for their 10-day trip to the International Space Station.
Eco-tourism or ‘Ecological Tourism’ is a rising form of international tourism.
It is intended for promoting awareness about environment among people and facilitating preservation of wildlife.
Neither of these predictions have come true yet – but the rapid development of technology may mean these predictions are a possibility in the years to come.
Space Adventures is currently the only company to have succeeded in sending paying passengers into space.Whilst it could be an enriching experience, there are some disadvantages to space tourism.Many critics have commented that a huge growth in the spaceflight industry could drastically speed up the process of global warming.Space research and exploration is also very valuable for the economy because it provides jobs and tourism.Many jobs are required for space research for example scientists, engineers and even manufactures that can help in make parts for the space program.Although Virgin Galactic claims to be 'opening space to the rest of us', there are still millions of people worldwide who wouldn't be able to afford it.When was 9 my ambition was to be an astronomer, but with my age growth my interests turned into a different direction.This an example of why space research is important in sustaining humans and other life forms.On the other hand space research has some extreme disadvantages.But even though I'm a teen and my past interests are gone, I still would like to travel into space. Our Magazine is written by young people from the UK.What would it feel like when traveling past the galaxies? Perhaps I might reconsider about redirecting my ambitions towards SPACE. Each year we select a new group of bloggers, from the British Council’s language assistants, who share their experiences of learning languages and living abroad.