Honor the dream and memory of your departed loved one aboard this Voyager Memorial Spaceflight. The service includes
Starting at $12,500
Remaining space aboard this Voyager Flight is limited.
Stay informed about the mission schedule, important event details, live launch broadcast and more.
The first Celestis Voyager Memorial Spaceflight - the Enterprise Flight – will launch from Earth and travel three million kilometers beyond the Earth-Moon system into deep space.
The Enterprise Flight, carrying cremated remains and DNA, will be hosted by Xtraordinary Innovative Space Partnerships’ Alpha CubeSat spacecraft. Alpha CubeSat serves as a precursor to future deep space missions where nanosatellites will beam information and power between spacecraft. This technology could also provide struggling communities with Earth-wide WiFi, creating jobs in ground station development, and producing clean energy from space-based solar power. Enterprise is manifested aboard a Geometric Space carrier on a Falcon 9 launch vehicle.
The history-making Enterprise Flight is expected to be sold out well in advance. Contact us today and ensure your loved one's participation in this mission!
Celestis will host a three-day event that will include mission briefings, the opportunity to attend an astronaut hosted dinner, launch site tours, a compelling on site memorial service, and – of course – viewing of the launch.
All events will be webcast, with constant updates available at this website and all social media platforms.
ABOARD THE ENTERPRISE FLIGHT
"Enterprise" is a fitting name for the first Voyager Service memorial spaceflight. For its inaugural mission into the depths of space and time, Celestis has selected a patch design that honors Enterprise Flight participants Gene Roddenberry (the creator of Star Trek); Gene's spouse, Majel Barrett-Roddenberry (Star Trek's "Nurse Chapel" and "Lwaxana Troi"); and James Doohan ("Mr. Scott"), as well as the many other Celestis participants for whom Star Trek was an inspiration in their lives. The dominant star is crossed by a version of the traditional NASA astronaut logo – a shooting star borne on a winged column – signifying that all those aboard will reach space and, symbolically, become astronauts as they make their final journey among the stars.
The Enterprise Flight Mission logo was designed exclusively for Celestis by noted space artist Eric Gignac. Eric Gignac's portfolio also includes co-design of NASA Space Shuttle mission patches for the STS 128 and 133 missions.
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