On Oct. 13, 2021, William Shatner went to house.
The long-lasting “Star Trek” actor and unique Captain Kirk launched on a suborbital journey alongside three crewmates on NS-18, the second crewed spaceflight by Blue Origin’s New Shepard spacecraft.
Through the launch, Shatner, who’s 90, set a brand new file for the oldest individual in house. He launched with Audrey Powers, Blue Origin vice chairman for mission and flight operations, and two paying passengers: Glen de Vries, vice chair for all times sciences and healthcare on the French software program firm Dassault Systèmes; and Chris Boshuizen, co-founder of the Earth-observation firm Planet.
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