Space Tourism Society
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The Space Tourism Society (STS) was founded in 1996. It is the first organization specifically focused on the space tourism industry.
Their stated goals, quoted from their website:
"To conduct the research,
build public desire,
and acquire the financial and political power
to make space tourism available
to as many people as possible
as soon as possible."
STS has chapters in Japan, Norway, Canada, Malaysia, India, Russia and the United Kingdom, and is an organization member of the Alliance for Space Development. The STS is a California 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in the USA. STS aims to provide the vision and voice for the evolution of humanity off-world in a humane, fun, and beautiful direction. STS was created to inspire people to build real products for future use in space.
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