Launch on a rocket to space! You are invited to be one of the first humans to send your genetic code to the Moon. You’ll be forever connected with the cosmos. For more info, click here.
LifeShip’s DNA Kit comes with everything you need to collect and return your DNA sample easily. Your genetic code will be extracted and preserved in synthetic amber. It’s stored in a time capsule with the DNA of other humans, plus the DNA of various plant and animal species, and an archive of human knowledge. The capsule gets sent to the Moon on a lunar lander shared with NASA missions. The kit comes with the saliva collection swab and prepaid mailer for returning your sample to LifeShip’s lab. You’ll also receive invitations to watch the rocket launch and lunar landing live streams, as well as a personalized digital mission certificate showing your location on the Moon.
How does your DNA get to the Moon?
Preserve your genes: Your real DNA gets preserved in synthetic amber in a time capsule.
Watch live for launch: Receive a VIP invitation to live watch parties for your rocket launch and lunar landing. A collectible mission patch, boarding pass, and personalized certificate commemorate your journey.
Add your story to a record of humanity: Send your unique human story along with your genetic code to live forever on the Moon. We’ll help you create your personal story when you register your DNA.
Inspiring and seamless experience: Collecting and returning your DNA sample is easy with the kit and prepaid mailer. You'll track your DNA as it's processed at LifeShip's state-of-the-art lab, and get exciting updates as the mission progresses.
Your DNA is safe: Know that your privacy is protected; LifeShip does not share, sell, or even read your genetic information.
- Collect your sample with the included saliva collection swab
- Send it to LifeShip in the prepaid return envelope
- Your DNA gets preserved in a capsule and launched on a rocket
- Receive a VIP invitation to live watch parties for your rocket launch and lunar landing
- The capsule, made by our partners at Arch Mission, shares a commercial lunar lander along with other payloads and NASA missions
- The rocket launches into orbit and then does a few laps around the Earth to gain altitude before slinging the lander into a lunar capture orbit
- Once the lander descends to the Moon’s surface, it stays there forever