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Meet the people paying a reported $55 million to fly on the first private mission to the space station

The proposed crew for Axiom Space's AX-1 mission: Michael López-Alegría, Mark Pathy, Larry Connor and Eytan Stibbe. AXIOM SPACE

BY SOPHIE LEWIS

CBS News

Sometime in 2022, Axiom Space hopes to send the first flight of private citizens to the International Space Station — and now, we know who those people are. Mission Ax-1 would mark the first for a group of private individuals to a “low Earth orbit” destination, which the European Space Agency defines as an altitude of less than 1,000 kilometers.

These are the people chosen for the proposed historic mission, which is planned for no earlier than January 2022 and is set to launch aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon: …

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