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Mir-aculous vacation for $20 million

07-November-2000
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Mir-aculous vacation for $20 million

Bored with Manali, Manila, get ready for a trip to Mir, but only if you have $20 million to spare. The space station already has its booking with former rocket scientist Dennis Tito all ready to take-off for an eight-day trip from January 18. Next to follow are Virgin group chief Richard Branson and Titanic producer James Cameron. A ticket has also been booked for the winner of next season’s Survivor series. American Broadcaster NBC has already paid $35 million for the rights to a Mir TV show developed by Mark Burnett who created “Survivor”. Star TV and Sony are said to be in the race to buy rights for the telecast in India.

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