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Inauguration of the Leader of the First Space Nation: Asgardia

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   The First Space Nation to Inaugurate Leader at the Hofburg, Vienna this June   Vienna, Austria — May 25, 2018 – Asgardia, the Space Nation, will inaugurate its first Head of Nation at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna on June 25, 2018. Dignitaries, global officials, and about 130 members of the newly formed parliament will witness the historic event, marking the first commission of leadership for an off-planet nation.   Since its formation in October 2016, in less than two years Asgardia has established itself as a full-fledged nation, with a constitution, flag, anthem, and sovereign

Special Auction to Attend the Inauguration of Asgardia’s First Head of Nation!

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Dear Asgardians, Every day from 23 May to 23 June, you’re invited to take part in an electronic auction. Every day, one ticket for the Head of National inauguration ceremony will be given away. Don’t miss the chance to participate in this momentous event! 25t June, 2018 – Hofburg palace, Vienna –  The winter residence of the Austrian Habsburg dynasty rulers and the former principal imperial palace will provide the setting for the greatest event  the iInauguration of the first Head of Nation of the first Space Kingdom in the history of humankind  Asgardia! The event will be honored by the

Tickets to Asgardia’s first Inauguration go up for Auction.

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A fantastic opportunity to attend a once-in-a-lifetime event has arisen in the first space Nation. On the 25th of June 2018, an exclusive event will be held at the Hofburg palace in Vienna to inaugurate Asgardia’s first Head of Nation, Dr. Igor Ashurbeyli. In an event that is going to be covered by some of the world’s leading mass media outlets, around 400 guests are expected to attend from all over the world. The guest-list includes diplomats, astronauts, scientists and the business elite. Don’t worry if your name’s not on the list, there is still hope. In the early hours

Press Release: Auction to Attend the Inauguration of Asgardia

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Special Auction to Witness History: A Chance to Attend the Inauguration of the First Space Nation Vienna, Austria — May 24, 2018 – A select number of tickets are being made available to attend the inauguration of the leader of the first ever space nation, taking place at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna on June 25, 2018. Dignitaries, global officials, and 147 members of the newly formed parliament will witness the historic event, marking the first commission of leadership for an off-planet nation. Now, 30 members of the public will have a chance to enter a special

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Inauguration of the Leader of the First Space Nation: Asgardia

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   The First Space Nation to Inaugurate Leader at the Hofburg, Vienna this June   Vienna, Austria — May 25, 2018 – Asgardia, the Space Nation, will

Special Auction to Attend the Inauguration of Asgardia’s First Head of Nation!

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Dear Asgardians, Every day from 23 May to 23 June, you’re invited to take part in an electronic auction. Every day, one ticket for the Head of National inauguration ceremony will

Tickets to Asgardia’s first Inauguration go up for Auction.

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A fantastic opportunity to attend a once-in-a-lifetime event has arisen in the first space Nation. On the 25th of June 2018, an exclusive event will be held at the Hofburg

Press Release: Auction to Attend the Inauguration of Asgardia

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Special Auction to Witness History: A Chance to Attend the Inauguration of the First Space Nation Vienna, Austria — May 24, 2018 – A select number of

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