May 26, 2015
Categories: ISS, Russia, Space, Tourism

Kazcosmos together with the Russian party is working up a possibility of Kazakh astronaut Aidyn Aimbetov flight to the ISS after British singer Sarah Brightman cancelled her participation in the flight, – Kazakhstan  Aerospace Committee press service Head reports.

This issue is being discussed, there is no final decision yet, – he stated.

Brightman’s flight was planned for September 2015 and was to last for 10 days. She was to become th 8th space tourist in the history of mankind to visit the ISS. but n mid-May the singer cancelled her flight explaining that she is unable to go to the ISS for family reasons.

 

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