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  • Adrian Grenier Named Chief Earth Advocate for World View

    World View, the leading stratospheric ballooning and space tourism company, today announced environmentalist, actor, and UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador Adrian Grenier has been named its Chief Earth Advocate. In this new role he will support World View’s mission to rediscover Earth, inspiring new perspectives on the planet and encouraging deeper respect for it as a living organism.

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  • Adrian Grenier Talks New Role as Chief Earth Advocate for World View

    Actor Adrian Grenier joins the 3rd Hour of TODAY to talk about his role as the first Chief Earth Advocate for the space tourism company World View, which is planning to take passengers nearly 23 miles above Earth in a high-tech balloon and capsule. “I get to welcome people back to Earth and rediscover their relationship to the planet,” he says.

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  • Adrian Grenier Joins Space Tourism Company

    If you’ve had dreams of seeing the sunrise from space, you might be closer to achieving them than you think. Space tourism company World View will begin commercial flights to space in 2024. World View CEO Ryan Hartman and World View Chief Earth Advocate Adrian Grenier joined Quicktake’s Scarlet Fu to discuss the company’s business strategy and the benefits of space exploration.

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  • Space Tourism is ‘More Than a Thrill Ride’ — It’s About Connecting to the Planet: World View CEO

    World View CEO Ryan Hartman and World View Chief Earth Advocate Adrian Grenier join Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the benefits of space tourism, making their balloon space flights available in 2024, the rise of crypto, and the impact of bitcoin mining.

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  • Explore the Edge of Space in New Space Travel Option

    The space tourism company World View, is producing capsules that will provide an out-of-this-world option to view the sun rise over the Earth. Passengers will sit inside a ten-thousand pound pressurized capsule attached to a football stadium-sized helium balloon. Unlike competitors, such as Blue Origin, that charge half a million dollars for a ride that lasts minutes, this experience will cost customers about $50,000. NBC’s Steve Patterson reports for TODAY.

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  • How to Experience Space Travel Without the Virgin Galactic Price Tag

    Have you always dreamed of gazing down on Planet Earth? Of feeling the ineffable phenomenon of weightlessness? Well, you can now take one step closer to that dream becoming reality, provided you have $450,000 (£330,000) knocking around.

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  • World View Enters The Space Tourism Sector

    Ryan Hartman, president and CEO of stratospheric ballooning company World View, has officially entered the race to space. Hartman joins Cheddar News to discuss his company’s space tourism endeavor as it gears up to take passengers to the edge of space.

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