Elon Musk’s SpaceX has announced space is not just for exploration anymore. Two tourists, whose names are not being released, are paying for a luxury flyby of the moon. The two will be the only passengers on a week-long round trip of about 800,000 miles that will shoot them further and faster into space than humans have ever gone, “skimming” the lunar surface on the way out. The passengers will be aboard either a Crew Dragon, a model that has successfully completed missions to the International Space Station, or a Dragon Version 2, a model that has never ventured into space. The trip could occur as early as next year. In the meantime, the voyagers must undergo physical tests before they can begin training. While details have not been released, analysts assume each person paid hundreds of millions of dollars for his seat. The voyage is aligned with SpaceX’s mission of eventually setting up a self-sustaining civilization on Mars, making humanity multiplanetary.