William Shatner Describes Going To Space: “Everything I Had Thought Was Wrong”

Written by on October 9, 2022

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William Shatner has made a profession out of outer house. However although he starred because the space-roving Captain Kirk in Star Trek, he had by no means really left planet earth till final 12 months. In 2021, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos invited the 90-year-old to voyage into space within the Blue Origin house shuttle, and Shatner turned the oldest particular person to ever go into house.

Shatner now has a brand new e-book popping out, Boldly Go: Reflections on a Lifetime of Awe and Marvel, and in it he describes the expertise of touring into house. An excerpt of the forthcoming e-book has been launched by way of Selection, and it looks like the journey was extra worrying than anybody had beforehand let on.

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 02: Honoree William Shatner speaks onstage throughout the 18th Annual Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Awards at Beverly Wilshire, A 4 Seasons Resort on June 02, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California. (Picture by David Livingston/Getty Photographs)

In response to Shatner, he was so nervous in regards to the voyage that he virtually cancelled, however didn’t as a result of he was “knowledgeable” and felt “the present needed to go on.” These fears reemerged when because the shuttle was about to raise off, the pilot made an announcement a few “slight anomaly within the engine.”

Apparently, nonetheless, the “anomaly wasn’t too regarding, as a result of thirty seconds later, we had been cleared for launch.” Shatner describes the disconcerting feeling of lifting off: “At two g’s, I attempted to lift my arm, and will barely accomplish that. At three g’s, I felt my face being pushed down into my seat.”

As soon as the shuttle lastly completed its ascent, Shatner says being in house wasn’t what one would anticipate. “All the things I had thought was incorrect,” he wrote. “All the things I had anticipated to see was incorrect.”

Apparently, seeing earth from afar didn’t really feel nice to Captain Kirk. “It was among the many strongest emotions of grief I’ve ever encountered,” he stated. “The distinction between the vicious coldness of house and the nice and cozy nurturing of Earth under crammed me with overwhelming unhappiness.”

In response to Shatner, this isn’t an unusual feeling, and this unhappiness is known as the “Overview Impact.” “Basically, when somebody travels to house and views Earth from orbit, a way of the planet’s fragility takes maintain in an ineffable, instinctive method,” Shatner defined.

So for those who’re about to shell out tens of hundreds of {dollars} to enter house, be sure you’re prepared for a crushing, existential unhappiness.


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