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Award-Winning Jeweler Gets NASA Approval to Fly Colored Gemstones on Space Mission April 01, 2022 (0 comments)

Space inspired jewelry

Lafayette, LA--Dianna Rae Jewelry, the first company to put diamonds on the International Space Station mission, now adds colored gemstones to the offering.

According to a press release, like all diamonds on the mission, these gems will travel to the International Space Station traveling in low earth orbit at a speed of 17,500 mph, flying through space under strict NASA guidelines.

The Diamonds in Space Program is currently pre-selling the gems heading to space, with an expected launch and return in mid-December 2022. The purchasing window is limited, as are the number of diamonds and gems that can go into space.

Every step of the 10 million mile journey will be documented and sent to buyers as their diamonds make their way into orbit and back down to earth. Each purchase comes with a Diamonds in Space Challenge Coin to commemorate this historic space mission. 

A variety of diamonds and gems with prices ranging from $195 up to $2 million, makes it easy for everyone to participate in this mission.

Natural colored diamonds are being offered for those who want the rarest diamonds of both earth and space.  The Diamonds in Space program will send loose gems into space, which can be set into a mounting of your choice once returned to Earth.

A new line of space jewelry is also available, taking design inspiration from the ISS cupola, shooting stars, and angels. In addition to loose diamonds, the Diamonds in Space program has a large selection of engagement rings, men's bands, solitaire jewelry, earrings, and pendants.

Learn more about the mission at Here's the entire press release.

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