• The First NFT Music to Reach Space, a Clair de Lune Masterpiece

  • The piano masterpiece “Clair de Lune” by Claude Debussy has been successfully beamed up to the International Space Station.

    Nanoracks LLC and Artemis Music Entertainment collaborated to broadcast a recording of the “Clair de Lune” as a precursor to this. As a result, the companies have created a non-fungible token called “Clair de Lune” (NFT).

    In fact, “Clair de Lune” has now become the first-ever piece of NFT music to travel to space. In addition, the music is referred to as “Moonlight.”

    Furthermore, this is not the first time that music has entered space. Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut, played guitar while floating inside the Cupola of the International Space Station during the last five months of 2012.

    The Nanoracks mission operations team prepared to send the “Clair de Lune” music file to the International Space Station on July 28, this year.

    Following this, Bob Richards, co-founder of Artemis Music, stated,

    Humans undergo a cognitive shift as a result of the cosmic perspective of space. ‘Clair de Lune’ may come the closest to evoking the emotions of awe and wonder felt by space travelers.

    Artemis Music representatives also stated that the digital file “Clair de Lune” rocketed and orbited the Earth for nearly 90 minutes. In addition, the digital file completed one orbit before returning to Earth.

    Furthermore, Artemis Music Entertainment stated that it is carving out its own niche in the NFT market.

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