A satellite with various wedding souvenirs for the newlyweds will be delivered to the ISS, and then released into space by astronauts
The sky is no longer an obstacle for lovers who are looking for unusual ways to remember their marriage. The Japanese company proposes to launch wedding attributes into space. Startup Warpspace was founded in the city of Tsukuba (outside Tokyo). This is a new service in partnership with a local hotel, popular for wedding banquets.
Paying $ 270, newlyweds who marry with the support of the hotel will be able to knock out their names and design elements on titanium plates measuring 16 x 8 mm, which will be loaded onto a tiny satellite. Then it will be delivered to the ISS, where it will be sent into space. Customers will receive photos of the ship transporting the memorial plates. Thus, the company is trying to make space more accessible to ordinary people. The launch of the satellite is not expected until next year, but in the near future the company will begin to accept orders from couples. Of course, love can last forever, but the plates are not threatened. The satellite will stay in space for 1-2 years, after which it will burn in the earth's atmosphere.