Russia is offering dead people a chance to go where no dead man has gone before. It’s set to launch frozen dead people into space after they’re cryogenically preserved. The “Mirror” reports the Russian firm KrioRus has 54 people and 21 animals from all across the world within their labs. Another 200 are signed-up for the service. The Russian firm says the aim is to preserve dead bodies immediately after someone passes, before launching them into the atmosphere. Those who are signed up for the funeral space launch will be given a wrist device that will signal KrioRus once they’ve died.