NASA astronaut Scott Tingle is pictured throughout a spacewalk in January 2018.NASAA U.S. tv manufacturing firm referred to as Area Hero introduced on Thursday that it plans ship the successful contestant of a actuality TV present on a 10 day journey to the Worldwide Area Station.The present is being produced by Propagate, a enterprise run by Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens, recognized for making U.S. diversifications of British exhibits like “The Workplace” and “Who Desires to Be a Millionaire.” The mission is scheduled for 2023 and Area Hero is working with Houston-based start-up Axiom Area to coach the crew and handle the mission, as the successful candidate of the present will obtain full coaching for the journey to the ISS and again.”The collection will search the complete globe for an on a regular basis citizen with a deep love for house exploration. Area Hero will present a possibility for anybody from any background to grow to be the primary globally-elected house explorer to participate in a mission to the Worldwide Area Station,” the corporate mentioned in a information launch.Deadline first reported the corporate’s announcement. Whereas that report mentioned the winner would fly on a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, Axiom advised CNBC that the launch supplier has but to be decided. “Together with establishing and working the world’s first privately-funded business house station, Axiom is the business chief at the moment in providing NASA-level astronaut coaching and full-service crewed missions to the Worldwide Area Station to all clients,” an Axiom spokesman mentioned in an announcement to CNBC.Area Hero’s present is not the primary Hollywood venture to set its sights on the ISS, neither is it the primary personal house vacationer launch that Axiom has booked. NASA confirmed in May that it’s working with actor Tom Cruise to movie a film onboard the orbiting laboratory, and Axiom in March introduced a take care of SpaceX to fly three privately paying house vacationers on a 10-day ISS mission within the second half of 2021.NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 crew members seated within the firm’s Crew Dragon spacecraft throughout coaching. From left to proper: NASA astronauts Shannon Walker, Victor Oliver and Mike Hopkins, and JAXA astronaut Soichi Noguchi.SpaceXNeither NASA, Axiom, SpaceX or Area Hero have disclosed how a lot it’ll price per individual to launch a non-public particular person to the ISS. However latest contracts imply that it’s going to doubtless price greater than $50 million per individual, as NASA expects to pay SpaceX about $55 million per astronaut for missions to the ISS, and final 12 months SpaceX had an settlement with Bigelow Aerospace to fly people to the ISS for $52 million per individual.Along with the launch prices, a 10-day mission would rack up a $350,000 invoice with NASA. Below the company’s price construction unveiled final 12 months, NASA would get $35,000 an evening per individual, as compensation for the company’s providers a vacationer would wish whereas on board the ISS.Subscribe to CNBC PRO for unique insights and evaluation, and dwell enterprise day programming from all over the world.