William Shatner Becomes Oldest Man To Travel To Space
Provided By - Video Elephant on October 13, 2021
William Shatner has become the oldest man to ever travel to the edge of space.
The 90-year-old traveled to the edge of space aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard on Oct. 13.
Shatner, who played Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek, is now the oldest man to cross the Kármán line.
The Kármán line is located 63 miles above Earth and is widely recognized as the boundary between the atmosphere and space.
After returning to earth, Shatner claimed that he hoped he never recovered from this experience.
"I'm so filled with emotion with what just happened," William Shatner.
Blue Origin has declined to publicly state a price for a ticket to fly on New Shepard.