The Grandest Romantic
In the Universe?

Make Your Valentine’s Jaw Hit the Floor With a Thoughtful Love Letter Submission to the World’s First Crowdsourced Time Capsule Headed to the Moon…

The Grandest Romantic
In the Universe?

Make Your Valentine’s Jaw Hit the Floor With a Thoughtful Love Letter Submission to the World’s First Crowdsourced Time Capsule Headed to the Moon…

Give Them a Gift That’s Out of This World… Literally.

This Year, Science Is Making It Possible For You to Show

Your Special Someone You Love Them
“To the Moon and Back”

Let’s face it– roses die, gift cards are
impersonal, and no one wants you to guess
their pant size…

So what if you could give that special person in
your life a meaningful gift they– and history–
will never forget?

A gift that…

And one that– until now– was only available to scientists, astronauts, and the ultra elite for hundreds of thousands of dollars…
Well, that’s what they’ll get when you submit a “lunar love
letter” to the world’s first crowdsourced time capsule headed
to the moon in 2021.
The best part? There are only 1,000,000 submission spots available — that’s just .000128% of the population who get to keep their memories alive for millions of years to come.

Think of It Like a Message In a Bottle…

But instead of a bottle, it’s a private moon lander named the Lunaprise

And instead of a crumpled up piece of paper from your diary soaked with tears and perfume (or, you know, whatever)…

Your message is written on an indestructible nickel engraved with nano fiche technology that can be read with any microscope (not to be confused with the flimsy microfiche you might have used back in the day to read old newspapers at the library).

Wait-- How Is This Possible?

Good question!

This all started on February 6, 2018…

That day, a Forbes Top 20 Futurist named Nova Spivack sent a 30 million page archive of human history and civilization to space on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy test flight…

Nova’s “Solar Library” covers all subjects, cultures, nations, classic literature, languages, genres, and time periods– and it’s now orbiting the sun for the next few million years inside Elon Musk’s cherry red Tesla.

After that success, Nova thought,

“What if we could send real people’s stories, memories, and messages to the moon to represent humanity for millions of years to come?”

And now, here we are…

Inviting you to help the team here at Galactic Legacy Labs fulfil that mission on the world’s first crowdsourced time capsule, the LUNAPRISE™.

Even the Original Shark on Shark Tank Was “Blown Away” When He Received This Gift...

“My family constantly complains I’m a hard guy to buy for… I’ve gotta say though, this one blew me away… such an inspiring fun way to give a gift that also makes an impact — who would have thought going to the moon could be so affordable?”

– Kevin Harrington, First Shark on Shark Tank, NYT Best Selling Author, Inventor of the $5 Billion Dollar Man Infomercial

Imagine When Everything Else Is Gone,Your Love Will Be Remembered

We keep photo albums, memory boxes, and now we have a whole world of memories saved online…

But who’s to say those memories will all still exist thousands– or even millions– of years from now? And shouldn’t future civilizations have the chance to learn how human love and relationships shaped our existence here?

That’s why our partner, the Arch Mission Foundation, leads the Billion Year Archive initiative– an effort to guarantee that our species and civilization will never be lost.

It is the largest footprint and longest duration engineering project in human history…

So that even after the pyramids have turned to dust, and no matter what transpires on Earth, an archive of our human history will remain.

So when you submit your story or pictures to the Lunaprise time capsule (or honor someone else with a submission), you take part in a special mission to preserve this “moment” on earth…For better or worse.

So… Think Your Love Story Deserves to Make History On the World’s First Crowdsourced Moon Time Capsule?

Here’s How It Works

Share Your Message

Whether it’s the story of how you first met…

Your wedding day…

Your first kiss…

Or maybe a message to your future selves, promising to keep your love alive forever…

Your message – or Lunagram™ as we call it – can be anything from a story, a short message, or even a photo that you can upload on our simple submission form.

Receive Personalized Gifts Commemorating Your Submission

Think we’d expect you to just send your gift off into space and have your special someone take your word for it?

No way!

When you submit your Lunagram to the LUNAPRISE, you’ll receive…

Your commemorative gifts will be delivered right to your doorstep (or the doorstep of your choice) within 7-10 days of your submission.
Make History

We’ve partnered with the best private lander company on the planet– alongside NASA and SpaceX– to fly on the NOVA-C lander from Intuitive Machines in November 2021.

On that mission, your message (along with messages from 999,999 other caring humans) will paint an incredible picture of how we lived and loved on this Earth…

Which means billions of years from now, your love will be remembered.

Here’s What Else You Should Know…

What’s So Special About Nanofiche Technology?

Space is beautiful, but the environment is harsh.

Fortunately, Nanofiche is nickel-based and never degrades and never has to be replaced…

Which makes it perfectly suited to preserve large amounts of information in space’s harsh environment and the unpredictable surface of the Moon.

In fact, there is no other archival technology we know of that is space-grade, lightweight, highly durable and efficient, and reliable enough to preserve the memory of humanity.

Why Should You Support the Arch Mission Foundation?

The Arch Mission Foundation is a non-profit organization that maintains a “backup” of planet Earth.

That backup is a collection of information– like historical documents and major human achievements– designed to preserve humanity’s most important knowledge across time and space.

The foundation does this with a solar system wide project called The Billion Year Archive™– so our time here is never forgotten.

“Wherever humanity goes, so shall go the Archive; wherever goes the Archive, so shall go humanity.” – Nova Spivack

“But Is There a Guarantee My Love Letter Will Ever Be Found In
the Future?”

Technically, no. Science– like life and love– doesn’t really do “guarantees”.

But we have enough strong evidence of life outside our solar system to think they will, and that they’ll be intelligent enough to decode our messages…

And even if it’s never found…

All your special someone has to do is look up at the sky to remember how much you love them.

Spots for Submissions Are Limited and
Filling Up Fast. Want In?
This once-in-a-lifetime gift is the first time in history private civilians are invited to take part in a space mission without investing thousands of dollars to participate.
And whether you’re honoring your romantic relationship with someone special, giving a friend or child a fun, memorable Valentine, or just sending a request to the universe to bring you your soulmate… We have a few packages to choose from.

Choose Your Submission Package

(i.e. Get Ready to be the Most Interesting Person In the Room...)

Once you choose your package, you’ll be taken to our secure checkout page. From there, you’ll be taken to the Lunagram submission form. If you’re not quite ready to fill it out yet – don’t worry. We’ll email you a link to complete your submission.

Now… Ready to make your moonshot?

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More About Nova Spivack &
Galactic Legacy Labs
A prolific inventor, noted futurist, and AI expert, Nova was one of the earliest Web pioneers and helped build many leading ventures including EarthWeb, The Daily Dot, Klout, and SRI’s venture incubator that launched Siri. Nova flew to the edge of space in 1999 as one of the first space tourists, and was an early space angel-investor. As co-founder and chairman of the nonprofit charity, the Arch Mission Foundation, he leads an international effort to backup planet Earth, with a series of installations (The Billion Year Archive) around the solar system, that comprise the first library in space and the longest-lasting library in human history.

You might be familiar with microfilm or microfiche, which is a flat piece of film containing microphotographs of the pages of a newspaper, catalog, or other document that requires a large microfiche reader to see.

And unlike high density microfilm, eye readable images are recorded on the LUNAPRISE™, making it readable with a simple microscope…

This way, when it’s discovered billions of years from now, it will be easy to decode.

We are working on livestreaming the moon lander launch from the Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, FL. In addition, there will be imagery based on camera of opportunity, after the lander lands on the surface of the moon. We are working with the provider however, to obtain the best possible imagery for our payload.

Unfortunately, due to the fact that we are etching your message onto a nickel-plated disc, once this process is done, it cannot be changed. We encourage all Earth Ambassadors to think hard about what their message will be, and make it meaningful, but timeless, so that you won’t feel the need to change it. Production-wise, depending on timing, there is a chance that we might be able to make a manual change request before your message is engraved, so feel free to ask us at While we cannot make any promises, we will try our best to accommodate your request!

If the mission doesn’t happen, you will be part of the next lunar mission at no extra cost.

At this time, we do not offer gift wrapping. However, that is an amazing idea that we will add to our roadmap! 

As an Earth Ambassador, you will be assigned an “Ambassador Number” which will be tracked on the nanofiche disc and made available to you once it has been etched onto the Lunaprise.

The nanofiche disc will be stored within a metal housing that measures less than a foot in height, and will be mounted inside a government-approved moon lander. We realize that a lot of people are sensitive to “trashing” the moon, but what we are doing is definitely not LITERAL trash, nor do we believe that being able to place a time capsule preserving our generation of life is anything even close to trash. If you found a time capsule in your backyard with stories of a million people from the prehistoric era, would you consider that “trashing your backyard”? We are confident that the majority of our society would n

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