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First Advantage plans 'space wedding' service

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First Advantage, a company that organizes weddings, will start accepting applications for its “Space Wedding” service from July 1. The service will be offered in 2011 on “Rocket Plane XP” developed by America's Rocketplane Inc.

The Space Wedding service offers a wedding in outer space about 100 kilometers above the Earth's surface. The couple will be taken up aboard the chartered Rocket Plane XP. The premium plan, including original wedding dress, wedding party on the ground, accommodation and transportation, and live broadcasting on original websites from space, will cost 240 million yen.

According to First Advantage, two more guests can be invited in addition to the couple, a pilot and a priest. The flight will be about one-hour long, and a four-day training period will be necessary.

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"No thanks" if you can't enjoy honeymoon in space no use to waste even a single Yen.

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Awesome. Wish I had $2M to spare. Hope my S.O. wouldn't be offended if I showed up in a Superman costume.

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Hopefully in the future you won't have to be uber rich to have something like this.

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i would love to know how much profit they are making...cause its new I guess.. 100%

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hellyeah! I'm game.

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Does that include also honeymoon with bottle of 'French Champagne' and breakfast in bed? By the way, are condoms also included in price structure?

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Who wants to kiss the bride after both have been puking their guts out.

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"a four-day training period will be necessary"

Oh, well, most Japanese men can't take 4 days off before their wedding day.

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I'll put my hand up to be the FAKE gaijin priest on this one!

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so the priest gets the best deal out of this. Multiple flights into fully paid for and more... forget the priest, take 3 guests instead.

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