UPLIFT AEROSPACE AND ASTROACCESS COLLABORATE TO OPEN SPACE FOR FUTURE ASTRONAUTS WITH DISABILITIES

Park City, Utah, September 20, 2022 – NRP Stone, Inc. (Symbol: NRPI)


Image. AstroAccess Ambassadors during a ZeroG flight training in microgravity and weightlessness.


Uplift Aerospace (NRP Stone - Symbol: NRPI) is honoured to announce that they have entered into a memorandum of understanding with AstroAccess as the official philanthropic beneficiary of the Space+5 mission, furthering the mission’s objective to increase access to space.


AstroAccess is a project dedicated to advancing disability inclusion in space exploration for the benefit of humankind. On October 17, 2021, AstroAccess conducted its inaugural parabolic flight in partnership with the Zero Gravity Corporation. During this flight, 12 Disability Ambassadors experienced weightlessness and conducted research for enhancing the accessibility of future space vessels. This week AstroAccess announced its second crew of Ambassadors who will conduct research in zero-gravity aboard AstroAccess Flight 2, taking place in Houston, Texas on December 14, 2022, the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 17 mission. These flights are laying the groundwork for the future of Disabled astronauts.


The Space+5 is a five-person astronaut class focused on three key pillars: Art, Science, and Philanthropy. The mission’s objective is to increase access and diversity in space through each pillar with industry partners. Uplift Aerospace is integrating AstroAccess Ambassadors into the Space+5 astronaut training program and working to develop ongoing programs and resources for training future astronauts with disabilities.


During the Space+5 mission, global artists will participate in the astronaut training to create pieces that will be donated and auctioned, with all of the proceeds going to AstroAccess to further their work in space. The Space+5 mission will also further access to space by using Web3 technologies such as non-fungible tokens (NFTs), augmented reality and virtual reality, metaverse platforms, and the blockchain to provide more opportunities for individuals and creators to have space experiences and own assets in space.


Space+ is the world’s first Web3 Space Program by Uplift Aerospace to increase access and diversity in space while conserving the Earth. The Space+5 is the first astronaut class building toward creating Uplift Aerospace’s “Starborn Space Program”. The Starborn Space Program is working to create a range of missions over the long-term that will contract a diverse group of individuals from the community to train and serve as commercial astronauts. Membership to the space program is facilitated through ownership of Launch Pass NFT tokens that double as membership for real-life access to space, including suborbital spaceflights, the International Space Station, astronaut training, and other authentic space-related events.


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