Nemiroff Goes 384 440 km up to the Moon as the Official Partner of the Spacebit’s First UA Lunar Mission 2022

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The Mission will be done in partnership with United Launch Alliance and Astrobotic Technology in frames of the NASA CLPS program in 2022

Nemiroff, the fastest-growing international spirits brand in the world in 2021, announced its direction to new heights. This time we are not talking about a new market, but about a real space expansion – Nemiroff becomes Spacebit’s Official Partner for UA Lunar Mission 2022. During the Mission, Spacebit will send technology to the Moon to collect scientific data about the Earth’s satellite.

“It is a great honor for Spacebit to carry out the first-ever UA Mission to the Moon. We are proud that Ukraine will thus enter the club of privileged countries that have done anything like this. Nemiroff is already a world-famous brand leader, and we are excited to discover the Universe and Moon together,” – commented Pavlo Tanasyuk, the founder and CEO of Spacebit.

Also, in 2022 Spacebit, in partnership with Nemiroff, will send a Ukrainian flag to the Moon, made on a 3D printer. It was produced with a special “green”, waste-free technology.

Nemiroff has already conquered 5 continents and decided to go further and open a new horizon – the Universe:

Being the first is both ambitious and responsible. You need to have a lot of courage and character to build your path, not to go the paved way. That is why we are proud to support Spacebit and the First UA Moon Mission 2022. From now on, to “move forward” for Nemiroff means 384,440 kilometers upwards! The mission will be an outstanding moment for the entire country, and Nemiroff is honored to be a part of its implementation. Part of the story! Because the history is written by the first ones! shared the Nemiroff CEO Yuriy Sorochynskiy.

Previously, only three countries managed to do this, so, for Ukraine, it is an opportunity to take the lead and declare its potential to the world.

About Spacebit

Spacebit is a privately held British company that develops space robotics technology for lunar and planetary missions. Spacebit was founded in 2014 and is funded privately via Pavlo Tanasyuk, Ukrainian, along with a couple of other private investors. The company is based in London, England.
Spacebit is sending the first UK’s and Ukraine’s missions to the Moon in 2022.