This image, provided by V. Tilvi, Texas A&M University; S.L. Finkelstein, University of Texas at Austin; C. Papovich, Texas A&M University; and CANDELS Team and Hubble Space Telescope/NASA, dhows the newly discovered galaxy, shown in the zoomed box, is at a distance of about 13 billion light years and appear red as blue star-light gets redshifted due to its large distance and the expansion of the universe.
World View is a private space company that's putting together a near-space balloon ride for a mere $75,000.00.
Pretty good deal considering a ticket onto the Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo is a quarter mill.
However, the key here is "near-space". Where exactly does "space" start? According to the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (they're a widely recognized authority for astronautics) - the start of space is 62+ miles up.
Virgin takes you 68+ miles up. World View takes you up 18+ miles.