Why I wrote this:
-- Nils 08:48, 6 Apr 2004 (EDT)
Alright, though I'd argue that Earth orbit should definitely be included. Sort of like how you include territorial waters with a nation. If we ever get tourism to the Moon and Mars, we'll have to redefine anyway. And Space is a tourist destination. Until then, I'll be careful not to mention satellite phones. ;) -- Nils 11:04, 6 Apr 2004 (EDT)
Fair enough, although we do link some factbook imports on the mainpage as well outer space is a bit out of place there. I was quite aware of this... "Other Destinations" didn't have a subpage, however, tho and I didn't want to create one. Might make sense to do that. Among other things, we could list oceans on there too. (You have to link it somewhere). -- Nils 11:14, 6 Apr 2004 (EDT)
Um... somebody came along and added the cross link to the Japanese language page today. Suddenly, though, the left sidebar is now completely in Japanese. Any ideas? -- Ilkirk 14:29, 24 Oct 2005 (EDT)
On the Earth -- in or out?
Hmm -- should the "On the Earth" section stay in "Get in", or move to "Get out"? Jpatokal 00:09, 9 June 2007 (EDT)
This has got to be the most controversial thing
This thing is by far more contreversial than Walt Disney World! Why does this exist? We all know that Space isn't open for tourists-it's for scientists and stuff of the like. I don't get it. there isn't anything on here that would be useful to the traveller which is why this whole site is here, and since I dont see any use for travellers then I dont see why this article is here anyways. How does this help Wikitravel and travellers? In no way. Explain why this shouldn't get deleted. I know that it says stuff at the top but this is NOT a travel destination no travellers go into space. It's not like "Yah, $34.95 please for the intl space station". It may become one in the future, and if it does, then we can resume this. Keep Smiling, edmontonenthusiast [ee] .T.A.L.K. 13:08, 23 November 2008 (EST).