William Shatner's Journey to Space with Blue Origin

Follow the journey from liftoff to touchdown that brought William Shatner to the precipice of space. New Shepard's flight (NS-18) lasted just 11 minutes and traveled beyond the internationally recognized boundary of space known as the Kármán Line, 62 miles above the Earth.

With the successful touchdown of NS-18 Wednesday morning in the Texas desert, the Star Trek star has become the oldest person ever to go to space at age 90. Congrats Blue Origin, William Shatner, and the NS-18 crew!

October 13, 2021
By: Discovery
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