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Japanese billionaire urges elites to visit space after ISS trip

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People with "power and influence" should visit space to change their view of the Earth, says Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa after returning from the International Space Station. Together with assistant Yozo Hirano and cosmonaut Alexander Misurkin, Maezawa spent 12 days aboard the ISS, where they made videos documenting daily life in space for his one million YouTube subscribers.

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