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Justin Bieber Going To Space Aboard Virgin Galactic Space Ship Two

by William W. on June 6, 2013

Pop sensation Justin Bieber who recently reached 40 million followers on Twitter has just announced that he will be jetting to space aboard Virgin Galactic’s Space Ship Two.

When you’re as wealthy as him, dropping $250,000 for a trip to the outer edge of space is no big deal. He is also bringing his manager Scooter Braun along for the adventure.

The news was announced today by Virgin Galactics head honcho Richard Branson in a tweet.

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William W.
I am an amateur astronomer with a focus on astrophotography and deep space objects. I have 15+ years in the web publishing business and over 20 years as a space enthusiast. I enjoy reading and writing about the amazing discoveries of brilliant scientists and engineers.
 
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