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First Private Flight To Space Station This Week

SpaceX, the privately owned spaceflight company, is planning to launch a robotic capsule to the International Space Station this Saturday. What do you think?

  • “I just don’t trust the private sector to properly equip a rocket the way the government does. What happens if they need to make some triplicate forms up there?”

    Kelly Green
    Lacquerer
  • “Hopefully a private flight will finally introduce the kind of prestige and exclusivity that's always been lacking in space travel.”

    Lou Hogan
    Systems Analyst
  • “Our collective better get to work on the first anarcho-syndicalist-owned capsule right away, then.”

    Isaac Guinn
    Heel Compressor