Huge honor for Lieutenant Uhura, famous Star Trek Enterprise TV actor…
Star Trek Enterprise Lieutenant Uhura alias Nichelle Nichols’ ashes will be buried deep in space
Nichelle Nichols, the actress of the famous “Star Trek” series, which explored the depths of space and the adventures of the crew with the Enterprise spaceship in the 60s in the USA, passed away last month. It was stated that Nichols’ ashes will be buried in the depths of space with the ashes of three other “Star Trek” members who died in the past years.
Playing the role of “Lieutenant Uhura” in the original “Star Trek Enterprise” in 66, Nichelle Nichols became one of the first black television stars. It was stated that the ashes of Nichols, who frequently participates in the events of the US Space Agency NASA due to his role in the science fiction series, will be launched into space with the Vulcan Centaur rocket at the end of this year and then deposited into the depths of space.
STAR TREK ENTEPRISE WILL ALSO ACCOMPANY THE PLAYERS
It was stated that Nichols, who died on June 30 at the age of 89, will be accompanied by the producer of the series Gene Roddenberry, who passed away in the past years, his wife Majel Barrett-Roddenberry, who played various roles in the series, and James Doohan, who plays the character of “Scotty”.
ASHES WILL BE LEFT IN THE DEPTH OF SPACE
The company officials who will perform the flight also stated that the capsules containing more than 200 messages, relics, ash and DNA samples will be launched into the depths of space, along with the ashes of the late “Enterpirise Star Trek” cast.