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Friday, August 11, 2006

Bigelow Aerospace Accelerates Future Plans After Genesis I Success

Genesis II, Launching in Early 2007, Will Now Be Only Opportunity to ‘Fly Your Stuff’

Las Vegas, Nevada – August 11, 2006, 3 p.m. PDT Due to a number of factors related to the outstanding performance of Genesis I, the hoped-for adequate performance of Genesis II and various additional factors — including, but not limited to, domestic and international issues forecast over the next four to five years bearing upon America’s transportation and launch deficits — we have made several bold decisions. An important announcement early in 2007 subsequent to the launch of Genesis II shall expose some of our plans.

Due to this change in direction, the Genesis II will be the only opportunity to fly photos and items for the “Fly Your Stuff” program. The general public is being urged to act quickly or they will lose their chance to be a part of this exciting program. Items and photos will be accepted only prior to November 1, 2006, or until all reservations are sold out on Genesis II, whichever comes first. Please be aware that there will be no second chances to fly personal items or photos in space through the “Fly Your Stuff” program.

Additionally, we are pleased to announce the “Fly Your Stuff” Money Back Guarantee. If, after 90 days, we cannot produce a recognizable image of a customer’s specific photo or item within Genesis II, Bigelow Aerospace will refund the entire purchase price to that customer. For full details, please see

Reservations are limited, and photos and items are accepted on a “first come, first served” basis.

For more information on the “Fly Your Stuff” program, go to and click on the “Fly Your Stuff” link.

- Robert T. Bigelow

1 comment:

Heresiarch said...

Bigelow's achievement is impressive, but the real stakes in space are much higher. How High?