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R.I.P on the Moon

Ashes dropped on the moon, planets, in space.
 
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NASA could make some extra dough dropping ashes on planets, moon, space, etc., when they're going there anyway. Maybe inclusions in payloads to the space station and mass scattering ceremonies. I think some rich folks would pay alot to have some or all of their ashes on the moon. Maybe they couldn't pay enough though.
miggavin, Mar 30 2006

Almost to the moon Alice! http://www.memorial...ights.com/intro.asp
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Mar 30 2006]

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       I believe that NASA may already be planning this, for rich people, and burial in space is common in sci-fi. Thus, neutrality.
DesertFox, Mar 30 2006
  

       Werent Gene Roddenberrys ashes taken to space already?
jhomrighaus, Mar 30 2006
  

       From the link, they already scatter in space, but I'll leave it up for the dropping on planets aspect.
miggavin, Mar 30 2006
  
      
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