A Nevada company has saved four newly available spots aboard the International Space Station for a visit.
The New York Times reports NASA is opening the space station as a vacation spot for private citizens.
The agency announced today it is working with commercial companies to arrange and sell the trips rather than selling them directly.
Bigelow Aerospace in North Las Vegas has called dibs on four launches already. Elon Musk-owned company SpaceX will coordinate flights in a four-seat spacecraft.