Young Boy Plans the Trip of a Lifetime!

September 2011
Kids World Magazine;Back-to-School2011, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p6
The article reports that a 16-year old boy from Calgary, Alberta, has registered himself for a trip to outer space when he turned 18 at an estimated cost of 20000 dollar, which will set a new world record.


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