The remains of US presidents will go into space in a commemorative flight
It will be a memorable flight organized by an unusual funeral company.
North American funeral company Celestis intends to send the DNA of four deceased US presidents into space. In particular, it will be George Washington, Ronald Reagan, John F. Kennedy and Dwight D. Eisenhower who will "participate" in a commemorative flight that will also transfer the genetic material of many other people.
The purpose of this funeral home is to create a kind of genetic book in space that can help future colonialists reconstruct the history of the Earth. They don't give any information about how these people from the future could collect DNA samples that float in space. But it will certainly be a very profitable business.
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