Estee Lauder has teamed up with Nasa to film a marketing campaign on board the International Space Station, according to a report published by the New Scientist. The resulting ad will be the first shot by US astronauts in space.
Boston-based Space Commerce Matters is said to have signed an agreement with NASA to send some 10 bottles of Lauder product to the ISS. As part of the deal, NASA astronauts will spend more than four hours capturing the bottles on film and camera.
The transaction is said to be worth US$128,000, which covers a maximum 5kg load and astronaut time, which is charged at US$17,500 per hour, New Scientist revealed.