Blue Origin : Star Trek actor William Shatner will be the first person to act in space travel. You will be the oldest person to receive this honor
Blue Origin announced on Sunday. That it was delaying the upcoming flight that would take actor William Shatner to space due to anticipated winds.
Shatner, who played the role of Captain James T.
However, “due to the strong winds that were due on Tuesday, October 12. The Blue Origin team has decided to delay the launch of the NS-18 and is now considering Wednesday, October 13,” a spokesman said in a statement.
Shatner, 90, will be the oldest person to ever go to space.
His journey will take him and the NS-18 rocket launchers. Just across the Karman line, at 62 miles (100 km), where they will experience a four-minute difficulty and watch the planet bend.
Blue Origin’s decision to invite one of the world’s most famous galaxies. From science fiction to its second used plane helped maintain interest in the small-scale tourism industry.
For fans, a 10-minute hop from West Texas base back to Earth. Will be the perfect because coda for a pop culture. Tradition that has inspired generations of astronauts.
Blue Origin develops a variety of technologies. Focusing on rocket-powered vertical shift and vertical vehicle (VTVL) access to suborbital and orbital space. Originally focused on space subbbital spaceflight. His company, built and distributed multiple test beds for his New Shepard car. At its facilities in Culberson County, Texas. New Shepard’s development test aircraft. Named after the first American space shuttle Alan Shepard, launched in April 2015, and pilot testing is ongoing. Blue Origin has postponed the 2018 date for first-time passengers several times. And finally successfully completed its first flight on July 20, 2021. In almost all test aircraft since 2015, the unauthorized vehicle reached a distance.
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Blue Origin relocated to the spacebob space technology development business in 2014. Initially as a supplier of rocket engines to others with a contract agreement to build a new large rocket engine. BE-4, a major operator of the United States launch program (ULA). Blue said “BE-4 will be ‘ready to fly’ by 2017.” In 2015, Blue Origin announced plans to produce. And launch its own orbital launch car, known as New Glenn, from Florida Space Ugu. However, as of August 2021, ULA aircraft engines were not yet ready. And Ars Technica exposed in-depth articles to major technical and management problems in the BE-4 system.