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A unique marriage will not be repeated until 7,000 years later.

A unique marriage will not be repeated until 7,000 years later.

 A young American has decided to make his wedding a very unique occasion that no one will be able to repeat for at least 6,000 years.

The young American John Nicotera, the rare astronomical event recently witnessed by the inhabitants of the planet, took advantage of the day of his marriage to his beloved, a great deal of elegance and privacy that no one would be able to repeat 6,800 years ago today, the vision of the fiery Comet of New Wise.

The young American had lost an earlier opportunity, which he had planned with his friends, to propose to his girlfriend by Lake Krater , a crater located in the southern center of Oregon, which failed because of the spread of the new Corona virus and quarantine measures applied in America, according to CNN.

But the young man did not give up, he made the plan "B", which was in his favor, where he chose a very special and unique timing to be the day that will witness his marriage to his lover.

Nicotera, a space lover who had watched the comet for days, had the idea appeared in his head and said to himself, "This could be our wedding day. This will not happen in our lives or in the lives of five generations to come either."

Nicotera decided to take his girlfriend to Old Forge, New York, to a beautiful place near his family's home, in order to see the culprit.

The young man used his friend, the photographer, who took commemorative photographs of the two lovers, to ask the young man to marry his girlfriend, Erica Pendrak, 26, in these unique moments.

The event took a big reaction on social media and the American media, due to the specific timing chosen by the young man.

According to NASA, The New Wise comet is a fiery comet that comes only every 6,800 years after completing a massive orbit.

The earth's inhabitants bid farewell to the comet on July 23rd, and citizens and photographers recorded unique moments and images of the comet, especially as it crossed the sun, causing a long tail of fumes behind it.

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