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“Weightlessness… no description can equal this,”
William Shatner can be heard saying as he floats in space.
The Star Trek actor became the oldest person to travel to
space on Wednesday when he went on a suborbital trip aboard a Blue Origin
rocketship on Wednesday.
The 90-year-old and three other passengers journeyed roughly
for 10 minutes to the edge of space.
Shortly after the mission, the company posted a highlight
video of William’s reaction to floating in space.
WATCH IT HERE:
On Thursday, the Boston Legal actor appeared on The Tonight
Show with Jimmy Fallon, where he shared what the experience was like.
“It was an enormous moment for me. The whole fact of
going into space and seeing what very few people have seen, there’s no frame of
“The message is we all need we all need a wakeup call,
every so often in our lives, your life is threatened… And all of a sudden, you
look at your life, you say, ‘Wait a minute. What’s important here?”
WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE:
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