Look up at the Moon and know where they are. Currently, there are no intact remains buried in the lunar soil. Ashes on the moon I'm high, like sex high I can't pass it, i'm not through, i'm not through Baby (oh yeah) (oh oh) Baby (oh oh) (oh oh) (oh oh) [Verse 2: James Fauntleroy] Just on a mission Memorial mission certificate … However, Eugene Shoemaker, noted geologist and planetary scientist, was cremated after his passing and his ashes carried to the moon on July 31, 1999 in a capsule created by Carolyn Porco. And while most of the company’s flights launch ashes directly into space, in 1998 it carried the ashes of lunar scientist Eugene Shoemaker to the moon. (Image credit: UCLA/David Paige) Known as "transient lunar phenomena," these mysterious, bizarre flashes of … Ashes, Art, and Other Surprising Things Humans Have Left on the Moon. The Fallen Astronaut. Since his ashes were interred on the Moon, Shoemaker has remained the only person ever buried on an extraterrestrial surface. Ashes on the Moor is the inspiring love story of one Victorian woman's courage to fight against all odds, and the man whose quiet strength gives her the confidence to keep trying. A small amount of ash goes to the Moon and stays forever. [18] [19] Celestis , Inc. provided the service—at NASA's request—commercially, making Shoemaker’s ashes the first private … Watch the rocket launch live with family and friends. The Founder's Flight remained in orbit for five years, burning up on re-entry in 2002 over the coast of Papau New Guinea. Track the spacecraft on it's orbital journey and watch it land on the Moon. NASA's robotic Lunar Prospector probe carried ashes of the astrogeologist Eugene Shoemaker to near the south lunar pole on July 31, 1999. Mysterious, random flashes of light coming from the Moon's surface. Feathers, flags, footprints, and feces: These are just some of the hundreds … Read more Read less "When We Believed in Mermaids" by Barbara O'Neal According to a memorial website set-up by Porco, the ashes were carried in a polycarbonate capsule provided by Celestis. On July 31, 1999, some of his ashes were carried to the Moon by the Lunar Prospector space probe in a capsule designed by Carolyn Porco. Though many companies have offered space burials inspired by science fiction shows like Star Trek , most of these capsules are launched into low Earth orbit.