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* Steven Spielberg's ''Series/{{Taken}}'' miniseries did this with the mating of the two HalfHumanHybrids who produced Allie.

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* Steven Spielberg's ''Series/{{Taken}}'' miniseries did this with ''Series/{{Taken}}'': In "Charlie and Lisa", the mating title characters Charlie Keys and Lisa Clarke have sex in zero gravity aboard one of the two HalfHumanHybrids who produced Allie.alien ships.


As of early 2016, this is not known to have been attempted in any actual spacecraft, despite the attempt of a porn studio in 2010 to hire Spaceship One for the purpose. Virgin Galactic declined the offer, nominally on the grounds that accepting would make their company name exceedingly silly. In June 2015, a porn website [[http://www.businessinsider.com/pornhub-is-making-a-sex-tape-in-space-2015-6 launched a $3.4 million Indiegogo campaign to fund a video of sex in space;]] exact plans were unclear, although they did claim to be "in talks" with launch companies before the funding campaign failed. There was one married couple that did fly together on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STS-47 STS-47:]] N. Jan Davis and Mark C. Lee, who had met and then married secretly during training, and told NASA so soon before the flight that there wasn't time to send a replacement. However, if they attempted this trope--which is itself highly doubtful--they aren't talking about it, and neither is anyone else.

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As of early 2016, this is not known to have been attempted in any actual spacecraft, despite the attempt of a porn studio in 2010 to hire Spaceship One for the purpose. Virgin Galactic declined the offer, nominally on the grounds that accepting would make their company name exceedingly silly. In June 2015, a porn website [[http://www.businessinsider.com/pornhub-is-making-a-sex-tape-in-space-2015-6 launched a $3.4 million Indiegogo campaign to fund a video of sex in space;]] exact plans were unclear, although they did claim to be "in talks" with launch companies before the funding campaign failed. There was one married couple that did fly together on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STS-47 STS-47:]] N. Jan Davis and Mark C. Lee, who had met and then married secretly during training, and told NASA so soon before the flight that there wasn't time to send a replacement. However, if they attempted this trope--which is itself highly doubtful--they aren't talking about it, and neither is anyone else. \n The closest anyone's actually come was a twenty second shot for a porn film that was done by the same means of simulating microgravity as the infamous "Vomit Comet" plane ride: fly to 11,000 feet and engage in a brief, steep dive. (No word on what this actually cost the production company.)


* In ''Fanfic/APrizeFofThreeEmpires'', ComicBook/CarolDanvers and [[Franchise/XMen Gladiator]] have sex in a Shi'ar starship.

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* In ''Fanfic/APrizeFofThreeEmpires'', ''Fanfic/APrizeForThreeEmpires'', ComicBook/CarolDanvers and [[Franchise/XMen Gladiator]] have sex in a Shi'ar starship.


* In ''Fanfic/APrizeFofThreeEmpires'', ComicBook/CarolDanvers and [[Franchise/XMen Gladiator]] have sex in a Shi'ar starship.



* ''Film/{{Dracula 2000}}''. Although this used vampiric levitation instead of zero g space.

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* ''Film/{{Dracula 2000}}''.''Film/Dracula2000''. Although this used vampiric levitation instead of zero g space.


** In his short story ''Literature/ImInMarsportWithoutHilda'', Flora keeps her apartment at 0.4 of Earth's gravity because it makes [[ParentalBonus hugging]] better. As [[CharacterNarrator Max puts it]]:
-->[I]f you've ever held a girl in your arms at 0.4 gees, you need no explanation. If you haven't, explanations will do no good. I'm also sorry for you.



* "Literature/ImInMarsportWithoutHilda": Flora keeps her apartment at 0.4 of earth's gravity because it makes [[ParentalBonus hugging]] better.
-->''"[I]f you've ever held a girl in your arms at 0.4 gees, you need no explanation. If you haven't, explanations will do no good. I'm also sorry for you."''--[[CharacterNarrator narration]] by '''[[OnlyOneName Max]]'''

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* "Literature/ImInMarsportWithoutHilda": Flora keeps her apartment at 0.4 of earth's gravity because it makes [[ParentalBonus hugging]] better.
-->''"[I]f you've ever held a girl in your arms at 0.4 gees, you need no explanation. If you haven't, explanations will do no good. I'm also sorry for you."''--[[CharacterNarrator narration]] by '''[[OnlyOneName Max]]'''


* Creator/SpiderRobinson goes into heaps of detail in his ''{{Stardancer}}'' trilogy, including pointing out that a couple making love ''unrestrained'' in zero gravity will inevitably end up bumping gently against the air vent -- and any foolish enough to try to avert this by turning off the ventilation will suffocate in their own exhalations.

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* Creator/SpiderRobinson goes into heaps of detail in his ''{{Stardancer}}'' ''Literature/{{Stardancer}}'' trilogy, including pointing out that a couple making love ''unrestrained'' in zero gravity will inevitably end up bumping gently against the air vent -- and any foolish enough to try to avert this by turning off the ventilation will suffocate in their own exhalations.


* ''Presumed Dead'' by Rick Kennett. A female soldier stranded on an alien planet is watching some [[InstructionalFilm boring holographic lectures]] on her computer to kill time. She activates one titled ''Space Fittings'' only to find it's [[PornStash zero-G porn]].

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* ''Presumed Dead'' ''Literature/PresumedDead'' by Rick Kennett. Creator/RickKennett: A female soldier stranded on an alien planet is watching some [[InstructionalFilm boring holographic lectures]] on her computer to kill time. She activates one titled ''Space Fittings'' only to find it's [[PornStash zero-G porn]].porn]].
* "Literature/ImInMarsportWithoutHilda": Flora keeps her apartment at 0.4 of earth's gravity because it makes [[ParentalBonus hugging]] better.
-->''"[I]f you've ever held a girl in your arms at 0.4 gees, you need no explanation. If you haven't, explanations will do no good. I'm also sorry for you."''--[[CharacterNarrator narration]] by '''[[OnlyOneName Max]]'''



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* The ''Franchise/NationalLampoon'' had a pictorial zero-gravity sex guide, the NASA Sutra.

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* The ''Franchise/NationalLampoon'' ''Magazine/NationalLampoon'' had a pictorial zero-gravity sex guide, the NASA Sutra.


Somewhat surprisingly, Wiki/TheOtherWiki has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_in_space a page]] about this too. [[IThoughtItMeant And no]], this title has nothing to do with a woman lacking a G-spot, or the lack of evidence of G-spots.

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Somewhat surprisingly, Wiki/TheOtherWiki has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_in_space a page]] about this too. [[IThoughtItMeant [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant And no]], this title has nothing to do with a woman lacking a G-spot, or the lack of evidence of G-spots.


* ''Presumed Dead'' by Rick Kennett. A woman stranded on an alien planet is watching some [[InstructionalFilm boring holographic lectures]] on her computer to kill time. She activates one titled ''Space Fittings'' only to find it's zero-G porn.

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* ''Presumed Dead'' by Rick Kennett. A woman female soldier stranded on an alien planet is watching some [[InstructionalFilm boring holographic lectures]] on her computer to kill time. She activates one titled ''Space Fittings'' only to find it's [[PornStash zero-G porn.porn]].

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* Justin has a dream that he and Brian have this in ''Series/QueerAsFolk.''


Somewhat surprisingly, Wiki/TheOtherWiki has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_in_space a page]] about this too.

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Somewhat surprisingly, Wiki/TheOtherWiki has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_in_space a page]] about this too. [[IThoughtItMeant And no]], this title has nothing to do with a woman lacking a G-spot, or the lack of evidence of G-spots.


* Newt Gingrich's books talk about the possibilities of having your wedding night in space. Creator/AlFranken, in ''RushLimbaugh is a Big Fat Idiot'', made fun of this, pointing out that it would probably be quite awkward in reality.

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* Newt Gingrich's books talk about the possibilities of having your wedding night in space. Creator/AlFranken, in ''RushLimbaugh ''Radio/RushLimbaugh is a Big Fat Idiot'', made fun of this, pointing out that it would probably be quite awkward in reality.



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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_in_space Wikipedia]] also discuses this topic.


* The ''NationalLampoon'' had a pictorial zero-gravity sex guide, the NASA Sutra.

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* The ''NationalLampoon'' ''Franchise/NationalLampoon'' had a pictorial zero-gravity sex guide, the NASA Sutra.

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