Learn about the modern way of a funeral; the deep space burial.
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Learn About Deep Space Burials For thousands of years, coffins had supplied the final resting place for humans. Their days however may be counted as alternative, innovative ways of dealing with the dead may become available. The ultimate eccentricity comes in the form of deep space burials which according to US firm that took the first human ashes to the moon will become as easy to arrange in Europe as terrestrial information’s. At a funeral trade exhibition in Paris, funeral homes offered enhanced cremation services which include molding the ashes of the dead into statues or even pendants that would allow the living to keep a memento of their loved ones close at hand. Celestis, a Houston based firm that ascent the cremated remains of some 150 people into space plans to make its unique service available on Europe’s highest streets through local funeral parlors and it’s beginning its campaign in Paris. Celestis which promises loved ones will have the right of their dreams offers three burials. A small portion of the ashes of the deceased that are placed in a lipstick size plastic flight capsule with an orbiter before vaporizing and blazing like a shooting star in final tribute will be buried on the moon or launched into deep space. Celestis which made its first launch in 1997 and still unprofitable hopes that as satellite launches increase it will be able to send more people’s ashes into space.
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