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Branson to Marry Couple High in the Sky

Starting this Summer, customers will finally be able to go the distance (literally) and hop on board the Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo for its very first test flights. "Customers will have a two-hour flight, go up to 70 miles above the Earth and experience amazing views of the planet, G forces, and weightlessness after a three-day training program," said a spokesperson from Virgin Galactic.

And not only that, but Sir Richard Branson will officiate a wedding ceremony 70 miles above the Earth on SpaceShipTwo. As adventurous and daring it may be to exchange nuptials in midair, a ticket for this flight is said to cost around $200,000 . . . hmm, new house or zero-gravity wedding? Tough call!

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Silverlining10 Silverlining10 7 years
NEW HOUSE. Well, at least down payment on a new house...(I live in LA).
Kaori Kaori 7 years
I'm terrified at the prospect of being launched into outer space T____T
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
I wouldn't want to get married there, but it'd be something neat to do if I just had tons of cash lying around
gonedelirious gonedelirious 7 years
I would rather have my parents & other family members at my wedding, & still be able to buy that house. Can you imagine, "You are invited to the wedding of Jane & John, to attend please sign up for the 3 day training session. Oh and also pay $200K per person. No children allowed. (You get to find a babytsitter for 4 days!)"
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