fastcompany:

Need to send a package beyond Earth? This “concierge to the stars” and others will handle the logistics. Stamps start at $30,000.

NanoRacks, one of the first companies to enter the field, operates the first commercial laboratory in space aboard the ISS and a panel laboratory that’s attached to the space station. For the price of $30,000 for educational institutions or $60,000 for commercial entities, NanoRacks handles all the logistics related to sending experiments into space. The small, for-profit company will handle the paperwork, find transportation among the many vehicles headed to the ISS, install the experiment, and take care of all governmental relations for would-be space experimenters. The standard NanoRack experiment stays in space for 30 days.

NanoRacks Is The UPS Of Outer Space Shipping

Who has a spare $30,000?

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    Who has a spare $30,000?
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    No, this sounds far more convenient than UPS.
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