But before anyone can go there, some poor schleps back at home have to practice living in space for a while and eating space food -- and if that sounds like something you've always wanted to do, here's your chance.
NASA is looking for people willing to live in astronaut conditions -- minus the actual space, weightlessness and such -- and eat astronaut food for several months.
You'll actually get paid for this, too: $5,000, plus round-trip airfare to Hawaii, where the four-month experiment will be conducted, according to Forbes.
Candidates need a bachelor's degree in engineering, biological or physical sciences, mathematics, or computer science, a "willingness and ability to eat a wide range of foods" and "a normal sense of taste and smell."
Interested? The details are online here -- but act fast. The deadline to apply is Wednesday.