ASTRONAUT BECOMES HONORARY MEMBER OF SPACE+

Park City, Utah, February 25, 2022


Photo credit: NASA


Uplift Aerospace is privileged to announce our first honorary Space+ member astronaut: José M. Hernández (Twitter: @Astro_Jose). Dr. Hernández is a former NASA astronaut and engineer who flew with Space Shuttle mission STS-128 in August 2009.


As an honorary Space+ member, Astronaut. Hernández will be attending virtual and in-person Space+ events to engage with the community, share knowledge about life beyond Earth’s surface aboard the International Space Station, and aid in Space+’s overall mission of increasing access and diversity in space. Space+ is releasing an NFT collection this Spring where the token itself will double as membership for real-life access to space including suborbital space flights, the International Space Station payload space, and even a community-supported mission to the Moon. Astronaut Hernández will be one of the first Space+ members to receive one of the NFTs from the collection and will be provided with an honorary astronaut designation.


Dr. Hernández will have his first engagement with the Space+ NFT community as a participant during our Astronaut panel on March 3rd at 7pm EST. The panel will be hosted by Space+ advisor Caroline Geraghty and feature questions from the growing Space+ community on Discord and Twitter. For more information about the event, follow @spaceplusnft on Twitter.



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Uplift Aerospace, Inc. (Subsidiary of NRP Stone. Symbol: NRPI) is an emerging leader in the rapidly transforming space industry, pioneering revolutionary systems to manufacture, trade, and deliver products for a multiplanetary economy.


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