Reusable rockets driving down cost of space access: ProcureAM CEO
ProcureAM CEO and co-founder Andrew Chanin discusses growing demand in space travel.
Apparently, space travel is a popular desire among nearly half of American adults.
A new ValuePenguin survey conducted by Qualtrics interviewed 2,000 U.S. consumers on space tourism and found that 49% of Americans would like to space travel if money wasn’t an issue.
For most people though, the cost of commercial space travel is too high. Only one in five – 19% – of the survey’s respondents said they’d be willing to spend $100,000 or more to travel the galaxy.
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Meanwhile, 21% of consumers said they’d be willing to take on debt to participate in the exclusive activity.