On Monday, 100 dead people’s bodies were sent into the outer space abroad a SpaceX rocket in a spectacular funeral sendoff to the starts. As per the study of Tech Times, the families of those individuals were charged $ 2,500 to send sample cremated remains of their heavenly loved ones into space and can now track the spacecraft in real-time through the app. The rocket will fall into Earth’s orbit around four years before it falling back.
Commemorative Spaceflight Company Elysium Space completed the launch as part of the “RideShare Mission” designed by Spaceflight, which bought the SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket to accommodate customers, traveling from governmental organizations, businesses, and organizations looking for rideshare options to see their rocket launch in space.
Curt Blake Spaceflight president said in his statement that “As demand for affordable launch options continues to grow, dedicated rideshare missions will play an important role in providing frequent and reliable access to space.”
Spaceflight Company Elysium informed CNN through the help of emailed statement All the people traveling in space includes the remnants of military soldiers and “looking to celebrate a loved one within the poetry of the starry sky,”
The dead person’s body ashes were packed in a 4-inch square satellite called CubeSat and the person was engraved with the individual initial. One of those ships included ash of 36 years old photographer James Eberling, who was passed in late November 2016. His family says he was a missile and rocket enthusiast who had visited the Wenenburg Base Force Base in California to picture the launches.
“All of us overjoyed to be able to grant him his final wish, and it means a lot to my husband and myself that we’re able to do this for him,” Eberling’s mother told Tech Times. “Additionally I think that James is very, very happy to finally see that this is going to finally take place.”