Bigelow Aerospace is trialling a new "space hotel" this week, attaching their new inflatable hotel room to the side of the International Space Station to test the possibility of having a holiday resort in Earth's orbit.
The inflatable "BEAM" module is made of a top secret material that may make holidaying in space a reality, but first it's being tested aboard the ISS.
Not one to ignore a chance at giving his two cents to the people on terra firma, British astronaut Tim Peake has left a review for the "space hotel" on TripAdvisor.
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