Memorial Spaceflights

Heritage Flight

The Heritage Flight is the next Earth Orbit Service and will launch from historic Kennedy Space Center.

About The Heritage Flight

A mission of purpose, a dream fulfilled.

Launch Experience

Witness the power and grandeur of a launch into space.

Honored Participants

Read about the participants aboard the Heritage Flight.


Hear first hand impressions from Celestis launch guests.

Image of Earth from the International Space Station

Heritage Flight Details

Mission Status: Closed for reservations

Honor the dream and memory of your departed loved one aboard the next Earth Orbit Service spaceflight. This Earth Orbit service includes

  • Personal flight capsule launched to Earth orbit aboard a commercial rocket.
  • Invitation to attend the launch and view from a preferred location.*
  • Includes a pre launch tour of the Kennedy Space Center, memorial service attendance, and much more. 
  • Unable to travel to see the launch? No problem. Watch the memorial service and the launch live, via webcast. 
  • Service performance is guaranteed.

Starting at $4,995



*Launch dates are subject to change.

Reservations close on: January 31, 2018

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About the Heritage Flight

For someone who always loved space, longed to journey among the stars, or simply found peace and tranquility in the evening sky, orbiting Earth aboard a Celestis spacecraft is a truly befitting way to celebrate and remember a life.  

Join families from around the world at Kennedy Space Center, Florida for the ultimate mission of purpose – the Celestis Heritage Flight.

Earth Orbit Service #7

Celestis Memorial Spaceflight: #16
Mission Name: Heritage Flight
Mission Status: Closed for reservations
Launch Location: Kennedy Space Center, FL
Launch Date: 11:30 pm EDT June 24, 2019 through 3:30 am EDT June 25, 2019

Launch Experience: Kennedy Space Center

Celestis memorial space launches bring together people from all over the world for a compelling memorial service. The chance to share stories about a loved one on board, to make new friends, and to witness – often for the first time  –  the power and grandeur of a launch into space is an experience you will cherish for years.

These special memories and lifelong connections offer a great comfort for many during a time of loss.

Memorial Service
Attend the Heritage Flight memorial service, an event that brings together people from all over the world who share thoughts and remembrances of the loved ones on board.
Kennedy Space Center Tour
Tour the Kennedy Space Center, site of the Heritage Flight launch from historic launch pad LC-39A.
Launch Day
"Three, two, one, we have liftoff!" Experience the power and emotion of liftoff as the rocket launches, carrying your loved one aboard.

General Atomics

The Heritage Flight will be hosted aboard the Orbital Test Bed (OTB) satellite, now undergoing final construction and testing at the General Atomics (formerly Surrey Satellite US) facility in Englewood, Colorado. OTB will orbit the Earth for 25 years and may be tracked on this website, joining two other Celestis spacecraft currently orbiting the planet.

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Heritage Flight Mission Logo

Every Celestis mission has its own logo and mission patch, following the tradition of creating a unique identity for each launch dating to the earliest days of the American space program.

The Heritage Flight logo – with fourteen stars recognizing the 14 previous Celestis missions - commemorates the lives of those on board the flight and pays tribute to all the men and women in Colorado, California, Texas and Florida who have worked so hard to bring about this historic, Earth orbit mission.  A special marker honors Houston – home of Celestis, Inc.

The Heritage Flight logo is from well-known designer and illustrator Eric Gignac. Eric’s portfolio also includes co-design of NASA Space Shuttle mission patches for the STS 128 and 133 missions.

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