Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

article imageNASA wants a photo of your face to put on its two space missions

By Andrew Moran     Jun 10, 2010 in Science
Cape Canaveral - Most people will never experience space travel but NASA is giving them the next best thing. The United States space agency has initiated a program called Space Face where it allows a photo of your face to be included on its two remaining space missions.
“Fly your face in space” is the newest slogan for NASA’s Face in Space campaign where it allows you to place your face on one of the two remaining space shuttle missions by following three steps.
Once you have officially submitted the necessary information as a participant, you will receive a flight confirmation and space shuttle updates during the mission. You will also receive a commemorative certificate signed by the mission commander, which you are able to print and frame.
First step: Click the participate button on the website and upload your image and name.
Second step: Print and save the confirmation page with your shuttle information.
Third step: Return to the NASA website and check on the mission status, photographs and follow the crew on Facebook and or Twitter.
The upload page also states: "If you do not have an image to upload and wish to send your name only to space, leave Upload Your Picture blank."
Only individuals over 13 can participate in Face in Space.
More about NASA, Face space, Space travel
More news from
Latest News
Top News