Prince William urges space tourists to mend Earth instead

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The UK’s Prince William ignited controversy on Thursday by blasting space tourism and saying that more attention should be paid to problems closer to home ahead of the COP26 climate summit. The comments by Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson were scheduled to be aired in a BBC interview later on Thursday, a day after 90-year-old “Star Trek” star William Shatner became a real space traveller on Blue Origin’s second crewed mission. The company’s maiden human flight in July had included its founder Jeff Bezos of Amazon and was seen as a breakthrough for the emerging space tourism sector. But Prince Wil…

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