Kalpana Chawla’s NFT Collection on Sale – Women’s Day Special

  • Buy an exclusive NFT collection of Kalpana Chawla on international women’s day.
  • She was the first Indian-American woman astronaut to go to outer space.
  • GuardianLink, an NFT marketplace, will launch an exclusive NFT collection on beyondlife.club dedicated to Kalpana Chawla.

This International Women’s Day, i.e., the 8th of March, you have an opportunity to buy an exclusive NFT collection, that is solely dedicated to Kalpana Chawla. This is organized by GuardianLink and will be launched on beyondlife.club.

Kalpana Chawla was the first Indian-American woman space astronaut to make it to outer space. The NFT drop consists of 10 images of Kalpna Chawla that the world has not yet seen. BeyondLife.Club stated that they are said to be very personal to Jean-Pierre Harrison, who is her husband.

The NFT collection will consist of 240 NFTs in total, 25 copies of each ten images. All these ten photographs have never been disclosed to the public before, and each NFT will contain a personalized quote by Kalpana Chawla.

Kalpana Chawla was born on March 17th, 1962. She was an American-Indian astronaut as well as an Engineer. She was the first Indian woman to go to space. Her first space flight was on Shuttle Columbia in 1997, and her second flight was in 2003, on STS-107.

Kalpana Chawla was among the seven of her crew members who lost their lives in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. During the spacecraft’s re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere, it disintegrated.

However, after her death, she received Congressional Space Medal Honor in the United States, and several institutions were named in her honor. She is labeled as the global hero of space.

Jean-Pierre said that he had approved her photographs of several moments to be released as NFTs collections. The set will be released on the 8th of March on BeyondLife.club. The profits earned through this sale will be donated to charity organizations in India to support children’s education in poor areas.

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