A Marriage Made In Zero Gravity

A Marriage Made In Zero Gravity

Noah Fulmor and Erin Finnegan getting married in 727 at zero gravity

I am very fond of love. It makes people do silly things, giddy things, and, sometimes, very strange things indeed.

However, I am full of vicarious admiration for Noah Fulmor and Erin Finnegan, a Brooklyn couple who decided to do silly, strange, and giddy all together for their wedding on Saturday. Terrestrial weddings were far too mundane for their refined sci-fi tastes.

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A Zero Gravity Wedding For Two Space Fanatics

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The First Couple of Zero G’s

A pair of space fanatics will have a wedding that is out of this world when they become the first couple to get married floating in zero gravity at the Kennedy Space Centre.

Noah Fulmor, 31, and Erin Finnegan, 30, will exchange vows on an aircraft at the centre at Cape Canaveral, Florida, that can simulate weightlessness similar to a spaceship in orbit.

The groom will offer the floating bride a ring made of fragments from a meteorite that crashed into the Earth 30,000 years ago….

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Growing Giant Vegetables in Zero Gravity

Growing Giant Vegetables in Zero Gravity 

Space vegies such as this could solve world hunger, or just create more leftovers

Scientists have said that vegetables grown in zero-gravity conditions in space can grow to huge sizes, which could help solve the world’s food crisis.

According to a report in the Telegraph , it is thought that the near zero gravity conditions in space result in super-sized fruit and vegetables with a higher vitamin content.

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