• Watch Star Trek's William Shatner Get Emotional After Actual Space Flight

    11 days ago - By TV Line

    William Shatner on Wednesday boldly went where no Star Trek actor has gone before, as a passenger aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard NS-18 spacecraft. And despite his “five-year mission” as Enterprise captain, the real-life experience left the actor “so filled with emotion.” Shatner - who at age 90 became the oldest person to have...
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  • ‘I Am Overwhelmed': William Shatner Hugs Jeff Bezos, Gives Emotional Address After Returning to Earth

    11 days ago - By Mediaite

    Star Trek actor William Shatner was brimming with emotion as he spoke to Jeff Bezos after flying into space and returning to Earth.
    Blue Origin completed their second passenger flight mission to space on Wednesday, launching Shatner and his 3 crew-mates into space with their New Shepard reusable rocket. Bezos greeted the four astronauts after their capsule successfully parachuted back down to Texas, and he stood by Shatner as the actor spoke to reporters about the enormity of the experience.
    At one point, Shatner put his arms around Bezos' shoulders and told him “what you have given me is...
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  • William Shatner Makes History as He Launches Into Space With Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin

    William Shatner Makes History as He Launches Into Space With Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin

    11 days ago - By E! Online

    Captain Kirk has officially visited outer space for real.
    William Shatner, the star behind the beloved Star Trek character, finally made his own voyage to the final frontier on...
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  • William Shatner Boldly Goes Into Space for Real

    11 days ago - By The Wrap

    Folks, he made it. William Shatner has boldly gone where few people before him have, as the “Star Trek” actor successfully launched into space on Wednesday morning aboard the Blue Origin space shuttle.
    At 90 years old, Shatner becomes the oldest person in history to go into space - an achievement he could only have dreamed of when starring on the groundbreaking TV series “Star Trek” back in the 1960s.
    Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin space shuttle launched on Wednesday morning from Launch Site One in Texas and took its passengers over 60 miles above the Earth's surface, in between the boundary...
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  • William Shatner set to reach edge of space on Blue Origin rocket

    11 days ago - By CNBC

    CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin as actor William Shatner is set to launch on their autonomous, 11-minute suborbital trip.
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  • LIVE: Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin to send William Shatner to edge of space

    LIVE: Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin to send William Shatner to edge of space

    11 days ago - By Wood TV

    VAN HORN, Texas - William Shatner, 90, prepares to be beamed up Wednesday for his first real-life spaceflight and to become the oldest person ever to enter the final frontier.
    In a 10-minute trip, Shatner will be joined by three others on the second passenger flight from Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin. Unlike his fictional galactic voyages in “Star Trek,” Shatner will launch from a site in west Texas, southeast of El Paso.
    Bezos' space travel company, Blue Origin, will use the same capsule and rocket that Bezos used for his own launch three months ago. The fully automated capsule will reach a...
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  • William Shatner Prepares For Spaceflight After Launch Delay

    11 days ago - By Deadline

    William Shatner was poised to become the oldest person ever to go into space in the latest flight of Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin, after the mission was put on hold for about 30 minutes for what was described as “vehicle readiness.” The launch was scheduled to take place at 7 AM PT. Shatner, 90, was...
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  • Livestream! Watch William Shatner Launch Into Space

    11 days ago - By Extra TV

    “Star Trek” star William Shatner, who played the beloved Captain Kirk, is headed for the final frontier.
    Watch the livestream below as they ramp up for a 7 a.m. PT/10 a.m. ET blast-off.
    Shatner, 90, will be the oldest person to fly into space when he takes off in Texas today with Jeff Bezos' rocket company Blue Origin.
    The 10-minute up-and-down flight on the New Shepard spacecraft will include Shatner, Chris Boshuizen of Planet Labs, microbiologist Glen de Vries and Blue Origins' Audrey Powers. The team will enjoy a few minutes of weightlessness and some incredible views before the capsule...
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