A Japanese firm has opened reservations for a space wedding. The couple will be launched one hundred kilometers into space, where they will exchange vows in zero gravity. The ceremony will be broadcast to earth, where it will be categorized as a private family conference. This event is set to take place sometime in early 2018. Yuri and his bride-to-be will be accompanied by their friends and family in Houston. It is not clear if the ceremony will be broadcast in the United States, but it will be a special event.
A Japanese space wedding company is taking reservations for space weddings. Astronaut Yuri Malenchenko has gone on five space missions and spent more than two years in orbit. He is the second longest space cosmonaut in history, with 827 days and nine hours in space. He is the current holder of Russia’s highest award for cosmonauts and is credited with giving the world the term “space wedding.” Despite the high-profile nature of this occasion, its impact is still felt years after the event.
Yuri Malenchenko and Ekaterina Dmitrieva have become famous for their “space wedding” after they tied the knot on board the International Space Station. Although the couple were married in space via satellite, Yuri had already moved to Russia, and his Russian bride had not yet renounced her U.S. citizenship. They had a daughter named Camilla in 2006 and went on to take two more ISS missions. However, the couple is now restricted from getting married in space as a result of cosmonaut contracts.
In 2006, Russian cosmonaut Sergei Malenchenko tied the knot with his Russian wife, Ekaterina Dmitrieva, while she was at NASA headquarters in Washington, DC. The couple exchanged vows via satellite in July, but had to postpone the ceremony because of a Soviet-era rule that said military officers should seek permission before marrying foreigners. The couple married anyway and were legally married in space a year after.
It is illegal to get married in space, but this is not a problem in the United States. The first space wedding was in 2003. In fact, many experts predicted that Yuri’s career would end after the marriage. Despite his failure, he later returned to the ISS to marry Ekaterina. This space wedding is a milestone for cosmonauts. The experience was memorable for both of them. In the future, the couple will get married in the International Space Station.
In 2006, Yuri Malenchenko, a U.S. citizen, and Ekaterina Dmitrieva, a Russian, will wed in a space wedding by satellite. The cost is approximately two million yen, but the couple will get a photo album after the ceremony. In the meantime, it may be illegal for Yuri and Ekaterina to marry in space. The couple may want to have a space wedding for other reasons.