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Meet Age-Defying People Doing Incredible Things — and Disrupting Aging. Share Your Story
by Ken Budd, Photos by Jeff Hutchens/Reportage by Getty, AARP The Magazine, September 15, 2010|Comments: 0
Zero-G offers 25 to 30 flights a year in 10 cities. The cost is $4,950, so it's often a bucket-list treat.
Some cheaper options? The National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., has flight simulators, and the Johnson Space Center in Houston simulates life on the space station.
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