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If you can't afford to go into space yourself, a Seattle company is willing to help - by sending your 'stuff' into space. For example you can send your business card into space with ZG Aerospace for $50 or titanium rings for $250. Your stuff will be sent into space at an altitude of 62-70 miles up and will return to earth after 4 minutes of weightlessness. ZG Aerospace founder, Tom Gonser, is surprised by how many people have responded. At least 200 have signed up to send their stuff aboard the maiden flight in July at New Mexico's Spaceport. (GUSH Magazine)