A US company, Celestis, is offering the ultimate in the scattering ashes: they drop them onto the moon!
The company has already sent the ashes of 100 people into orbit but it now upping the ante and offering to drop them onto the lunar service. A geologist who picked the site for the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon landing, Mareat West, is the first person to be laid to rest in this way with 2 grams of her remains to be placed on the moon.
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- By: CowbagMar 28, 2008