new reality TV show Ancient Astronaut offers trips to space as prize.

new reality TV show Ancient Astronaut offers trips to space as prize.
MirCorp, the Dutch company behind sending millionaire Dennis Tito into space, is planning a reality TV show called Ancient Astronaut along with the U.S.’ Image World Media. Over 13 episodes, five teams will “complete [tasks] with ancient tools, at such sites as Stonehenge and the Pyramids,” and the winners will receive “two seats on Soyuz missions to the international space station for up to 10 days,” according to The Guardian.

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