Elysium Space on The Space Show

The Space Show and Dr. David Livingston welcomed Brett Stroozas, Elysium Space Director of Flight Operations, to the 90 minutes program (aired on April 14th, 2014) to discuss the company. Brett went over Elysium Space services and marketing to both customers in the U.S. as well as Japan where cremation is the common thing. Read […]

Introducing the Elysium Space Columbarium

On Earth, a columbarium is a place offering multiple niches for the respectful storage of cremation urns. Fine examples of these are the columbaria in Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, Golders Green Crematorium in London, or the architecturally renowned Columbarium of San Francisco, where Elysium Space is based. As the time has come to lift […]

New website, blog and launch schedule

All the Elysium Space team has been extremely busy since we launched our service last year in the United States and Japan. It has been our greatest pleasure to receive a fantastic feedback from all over the world. More than ever, we are dedicated to offer the most meaningful celestial services, which are within reach […]

Launch your loved one into heaven, or at least their ashes

Instead of giving your loved ones a traditional burial, why not send them off in style with a memorial spaceflight? That’s the vision of Elysium Space, a company that aims to launch portions of cremated human remains into space. Under Elysium Space’s plan, human ashes will launch into space and orbit the Earth for several […]

Out of this world! From ashes to an afterlife in space

Whether you want your ashes scattered, cremated or safely stored in an ornamental urn, there are dozens of ways to plan your final passage. But shooting them into space is definitely new on the list. Elysium Space, a privately-owned new business that launched in 2013, may not be able to shoot you off to Mars […]

Sending Your Ashes into Space Just Got a Lot Cheaper

Want to host a burial that’s out of this world? There’s an app for that. Established in 2013, Elysium Space — named after the state of perpetual happiness in Greek mythology (and not after the eponymous Matt Damon movie) — is offering to send people’s ashes to space for $1,990, Gawker reports. The “Memorial Spaceflight […]