Canadian Company To Launch Cremated Remains Into Space
The President of Columbiad Launch Services Inc. , Mr Richard Graf, announced today Columbiad's new line of Starburst Memorial Flight Services which will provide an affordable and reliable way commemorating a persons life by launching their ashes into space.
Based on Columbiad Launch Services' Industrial Sounding System (ISS) Starburst Memorials will fly a clients cremated ashes into space as a primary payload on one of our Mosquito flight vehicles where they will be ejected and scattered. As the ashes float down to Earth it is expected that the heaver particles will land within a hundred kilometers or so of the launch site and the lighter particles may be picked up by the jet stream and carried around the world.
Starburst Memorials Flight Service offers to launch a persons full cremated remains as a complete, no hassle package for only $12,500us.
Columbiad's Starburst and Wayfarer Memorials flight services are poised to become a world leader in memorial space launches. Taking advantage of the cost savings provided by Columbiad's Industrial Sounding System (ISS), Starburst Memorials is able to provide memorial space launches for a fraction of the cost of any other launching service.
Columbiad Launch Services Inc. is a dynamic new commercial space launch company dedicated to providing affordable access to space for everyone. Columbiad is currently developing a fully portable Industrial Sounding System. (ISS) which uses advanced ballistic propulsion technology to propel a variety of low cost launch vehicles into space for scientific research and memorial flights.
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Canadian Company Developing New, Reuseable Ballistic Launcher
Kitchener - Nov 18, 2003
The President of Columbiad Launch Services Inc. , Mr Richard Graf, announced today Columbiad's has begun accepting requests to launch Scientific and Memorial flights into space from their new, advanced technology, ballistic launch system.
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