A one-way ticket to space for your DNA
What is Get Me To Space?
Get Me To Space is the first company in the world to send DNA samples to space at such an affordable price.
Get involved and become a Micronaut (Microscopic Astronaut)!!
Blast off is scheduled for early 2020, from the California Coast.
On board the rocket will be our custom satellite, containing thousands of intrepid Micronauts. The satellite will be released into orbit for up to three months. What an adventure for a tiny strand of human hair.
How many people can say a part of them has been to space?
The countdown is on!
Why send your DNA to space
- First of all, it’s COOL.
- Only 561 people have been into space, so you’ll be part of a very elite club
- It’s fun
- It’s inspirational
- It’s unique
- When are you ever going to get the chance to send anything into space again?
How it works
To become a Microscopic Astronaut, all you need to do is:
- Place your order
- Take a hair sample
- Send it back to us
- Wait for it to be launched into space
Other companies charge THOUSANDS for this honour, but we believe this is the world’s cheapest access to space.
What happens next?
- Your hair sample will be loaded on our custom satellite
- It will then be launched into low earth orbit on a Neptune Class rocket
- Micronauts will be orbiting at 310km – that’s just 98km below the International Space Station
- Micronauts will travel around the earth every 90 minutes, at 17,500mph, in a pole-to-pole orbit for between two weeks and three months
- You will be able to track the satellite on our specially developed App
At the end of the mission, the satellite will safely burn up in the atmosphere – leaving no space junk whatsoever!
Be part of our big little mission!
Pets are welcome too!
Here at Get Me To Space, we love to dream, have fun and push boundaries. We want to inspire and show what anyone can do when they put their minds to it. We’re a group of ambitious space nerds in Warrington, England, who like to think outside the box – way outside. We look forward to your support and having you onboard.