Q) what about death ceremonies in Asgardia?
A) my answer to your question Dirk in regards to the death ceremonies in Asgardia is simply we as a nation have to think practical.
Now I understand that as asgardians from more than 150 countries across the globe we have different beliefs and procedures to deal with those who have died.
However unfortunately being up in space ( in the near future) there will be many things we would want to do for our "fallen" love ones , but can't due to the lack of resources.
We have to think of resources to the nation......
Basically if the nation was " up and alive" with land territory on earth territory than we would do what we would do what our different cultures and procedures see fit to our departed.
But as we are a planned space nation we must take in consideration of limited space and fuel used to possible burn the departed.
From recycling the departed for fertiliser of the oxygen/grow rooms,nutrition for the vegetation to naturally cremations by putting the departed to the nearby sun or earth's atmosphere.
Personally I like Dommicsturt's reply (29th December 2016 12:56am ) to this post simply because I like the idea of memorial plaques in a specific part the vessel.... like a wall of remembrance.