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Re: Out-of-this-World Wedding De-Orbited?

> American law very likely carries the same prohibition.

As I recall, the "American law" that applies is Texas state law, which 
according to the original article does allow for marriage when the two 
people can't be there together.  The paperwork and general red tape is 
prohibitive in most cases, but if I understand correctly, it IS 
possible when circumstances don't permit otherwise.  The bride is a US 
citizen and Texas resident, so Texas law applies in her case.

No idea what the Russian law is ..

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