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America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has successfully a new, experimental room for crew members to in space. The inflatable pod now an extension to the International Space Station (ISS). It is roughly four metres long and 3.2 metres wide. It three days to fully . ISS crew members now have to a week before entering it. NASA engineers must first it is airtight. The blow-up compartment is part of a test on the feasibility of inflatable accommodation on the Moon and Mars, and of orbiting space hotels. NASA $17.8 million for the demo capsule. It this initial test will to bigger inflatable rooms at the space station.

The inflatable is the world's first blow-up capsule for astronauts, cosmonauts and other space travellers. It is the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module, or BEAM for short. It is after Bigelow Aerospace, the company that designed and it. Company founder Robert Bigelow has many years investing in and building hotels. He is currently on a project to two private space stations that could as hotels in the heavens by the end of the decade. He said he envisions inflatables as a big part of space travel and tourism in the future. The pods small enough to transport as compressed, airless units, but big enough and sturdy enough to in, once with air.

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