Moonbirds Announces Lunarprise Mission to the Moon
Night dwelling NFT PFP collection, Moonbirds, has revealed its ambitious plans to take its artwork to new heights. To mark the 50th anniversary of NASA’s last journey to the moon, Moonbirds will be sending 254 ‘Space Helmet’ trait tokens, along with its partner Space Blue, on a mission to the lunar surface.
Scheduled for November 15, the journey will be made possible with the help of Space X’s Falcon 9 rocket ship. The primary objective of the Lunarprise Mission is to deliver culturally significant artworks from 222 different creators, spanning various mediums such as music, entertainment, art, and NFTs.
Collaborating with Space Blue, 254 Astro Moonbirds with the “Space Helmet” trait will be featured in the Lunaprise Museum. These Moonbirds, equipped with space helmets, will join an incredible collection of historic items, which will be preserved and sent to the moon on indestructible nickel plates. Earth-bound duplicates of the items will also be maintained by Space Blue for enthusiasts to appreciate.
Additionally, 50 lucky Astro holders will be invited to a launch party and black-tie dinner at the Kennedy Space Center. A select group of holders will also receive a commemorative bomber jacket featuring a special Lunarprise Mission patch.
This groundbreaking mission not only showcases the artistic prowess of Moonbirds and its collaborators but also celebrates the significance of the moon landing anniversary. It highlights the growing involvement of NFTs in commemorating historical events and cultural achievements.
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