This 2009 photo shows the International Space Station seen from the Space Shuttle Discovery during separation. (NASA via AP)

This 2009 photo shows the International Space Station seen from the Space Shuttle Discovery during separation. (NASA via AP)

NASA to allow private citizens to fly to the Space Station

The cost per trip — about $50 million a seat — and other arrangements would be left to SpaceX and Boeing.

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