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It is not at all that no man has gone before, but it is just about the nearest humanity. According to Deadline, video game developer Richard Garriott has revealed on Sunday times While traveling to the International Space Station in 2008, he allegedly brought ash belonging to actor James Doohan, better known as Montgomery “Scotty” Scott, the trip’s greatest engineer. Star trekUSS Enterprise. Dohan died in 2005 at the age of 85.
According to Garritot, he was approached by the actor’s son Chris Dohan, who was preparing to travel to the International Space Station via Russia’s Soyuz TMA-13 mission, for a self-funded 12-day stay, One of the first private citizens to do so. . Garritot received the cremation, but claimed there was not enough time to put them through the official process required to bring the items aboard the flight. Subsequently, he secreted several laminated photographs of Dohan, including some of his ashes, aboard the ship, and covered a card behind the cladding in the floor of the station’s Columbus module.
“It was completely secret,” Garriott told Sunday Times, Who also published a video of her with the card at the station. “His family was very happy that the ash made it there but we were all disappointed that we didn’t get to talk about it publicly for so long. Now, enough time has passed that we can. “A second card was reportedly sent to space by Garritot, and a third was returned to Chris Dohan. A separate sample of the actor’s ashes was launched on a SpaceX rocket in 2012.
The late actor’s son said, “Richard said, ‘We’ve got to keep this hush-hush for a while,” and here we are 12 years later. “What he did was touching – it meant so much to me, meant so much to my family, and meant so much to my dad. My dad had three passions: space, science, and trains. He’s always in space. wanted to go. “