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A Marriage Made in Microgravity

In the March 2008 issue, we published "High Fashion," which chronicled the state of the art in  orbital couture, including "a dress that looked like a giant upside-down shredded coffee filter." Last Saturday, high over Florida, bride Erin Finnegan, wearing Eri Matsui's zero-G wedding gown, exchange...

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In the March 2008 issue, we published "High Fashion," which chronicled the state of the art in  orbital couture, including "a dress that looked like a giant upside-down shredded coffee filter." Last Saturday, high over Florida, bride Erin Finnegan, wearing Eri Matsui's zero-G wedding gown, exchanged vows with groom Noah Fulmor in a ceremony officiated by space tourist Richard Garriott aboard Zero Gravity's Boeing 727. The couple plan to re-broadcast the event on their Web site, www.zerogravitywedding.com.

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