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Brightman discusses plans for tourist flight to ISS
Posted: Wed, Mar 11, 2015, 8:08 AM ET (1208 GMT)
Brightman ISS mission patch Singer Sarah Brightman said Tuesday she will sing a song during her upcoming commercial trip on the International Space Station. Brightman, speaking at a press conference in London, said her ex-husband, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, is writing a song that she will sing while on the ISS in September. Brightman is paying a reported $52 million for a ten-day trip to the ISS; she declined to confirm the price but said that she is paying for the trip herself. Brightman said she also has partnerships with UNESCO and the Challenger Center for educational programs during her visit to the station.
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