Ten years ago, who would have believed that a company founded by a young Internet entrepreneur would be launching satellites into space (Elon Musk’s SpaceX)? Or that a flamboyant record company mogul would be selling tickets to eager space tourists (Virgin Galactic’s Richard Branson). Next up: Las Vegas real estate developer Robert Bigelow’s proposal to build, orbit and lease space on inflatable space stations. Bigelow Aerospace is ramping up a marketing campaign with ...

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