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NASA Approves Uplift Aerospace for International Space Station

Updated: Feb 17, 2023

PARK CITY, UT - January 4, 2022

Uplift Aerospace has signed a contract with NASA to deploy its Constellation VaultTM on the International Space Station (ISS). The Constellation Vault will be history’s first vault on the International Space Station, deploying in 2022 and expanding to additional space stations through the 2020 decade. The vault will initially serve as an exhibition platform for Earth’s most precious jewelry, artwork, and soft goods, with a selection of pieces sold to the public and other objects curated as space artifacts in public museums.

Image. International Space Station. Photo Credit: NASA

Items planned for sale include rare coins, investment quality stones, fine jewelry from exclusive designers, one-of-a-kind art pieces from iconic creators, and exceptional soft goods exclusively designed for space travelers, astronauts, and private collectors. These collectibles will be made available to purchasers, who can also opt for the digital NFT video to display their items once they make their journey back to Earth.

Other planned collectibles include one-of-a-kind memorabilia, featured mission jewelry, and comforts for space, which can only be enjoyed by those who will make the journey to space and back.

The companies, artists, and others collaborating with the Constellation Vault will be announced on an ongoing basis beginning in 2022. For more information on the Constellation Vault and Uplift’s mission to establish commerce in space, visit


Uplift Aerospace is an emerging leader in transforming the space industry, pioneering innovative systems for space commerce, mediums of trade, and delivery of earth/space products. Uplift continues its research and development of lunar mining and processing methods for future manufacturing and supplying of off-planet infrastructure and building materials. Uplift Aerospace is a subsidiary of NRP Stone, a publicly-traded company on the OTC under the symbol NRPI.

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