Submit your personal DNA sample to the Space Crystals laboratory using the custom
collection kit, mailed to you directly. A team of scientists and experts back at the lab
infuse your DNA into two identical crystal solutions.


Your personal crystal solution is launched into space - flying in zero gravity while orbiting the Earth at 17,500 miles per hour for 15-30 days, orbiting the Earth every 90 minutes.
Your personal solutions will grow into two unique, raw amethyst-like crystals, infused with your DNA, resulting in a completely unique, one-of-a-kind gemstone.


Your crystals return to Earth once fully formed, and after cautious inspection by our team of scientists, the first crystal will be sent safely to you, ready to be displayed, mounted, or adorned in any way you desire.


The sister crystal, along with any designated personal data, will be delivered to the Lunar
Lander company to be prepared for launch back into space.


We invite you to join us for a decadent VIP launch party to witness the rocket take off
into space on its 238,900 mile journey to the moon carrying your space crystal.


Once your crystal arrives on the surface of the moon, there it will rest, preserved in the
vacuum of space slowly orbiting the Earth for all eternity. To commemorate the entire experience, along with your crystal, you will receive a lifesize replica of the custom time capsule, designed by Texas A&M University, with a miniature model of the moon, pinpointing the exact location of your sister crystal on its surface.


The Crystal Connection

Space Crystals was founded with a passion for outer space and a curiosity for life beyond this Earth. While no one can predict what the future holds, there is now a guaranteed method to preserve your existence in this universe. The crystal you possess on Earth contains a spiritual tie to its sister stone on the moon, one that cannot be broken, nor destroyed.

Disclaimer: logistical details regarding each flight, including scheduling, will be disclosed upon receipt of a signed contract due to confidentiality regulations.