Canadian actor William Shatner traveled to space at the age of 90’s

Canadian actor William Shatner traveled to space in the 90’s. Shatner, who travels in space, has become the first oldest person travel to space. Entrepreneur Jeff Bezos’s second flight of the Blue Shepherd’s New Shepherd rocket was also a success.

Four people, including William, were involved in the space trip. In addition to William in the 90’s, Audrey Powers of Blue Origin, Glenn de Rees of the French company Dassault Systems, and Chris Boshuizen, co-founder of the Earth Observation Company, also traveled in space.

At an altitude of 3,51,186 feet above the Earth, the space tourist spent three minutes in zero gravity and experienced the atmosphere in space. The NS18 rocket took off at 8.20 pm Indian time. The flight was broadcast live on Blue Origin’s website.

The journey took only 10 minutes and 17 seconds. Blue Origin’s space travel ticket price information has not yet been announced. Canadian actor William Shatner played the role of Captain James T. Kirk in the famous TV series Star Trek in the sixties.

Amazon founder and entrepreneur Jeff Bezos was involved in the first space flight of his Blue Origin. They took off on July 20. The first space tourism flight involved Jeff Bezos’ brother Mark Bezos, 82-year-old NASA’s Volley Funk, and 18-year-old Dutch student Oliver Damen, who bought space tourism tickets at auction.

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