Blue Origin space flight postponed ‘Rocket Man’ by the William Shatner’s

Chief Kirk should stand by somewhat more to go where no more seasoned man has gone previously.

Blue Origin on Sunday postponed William Shatner’s outing to space this week because of high breezes.

Shatner, 90, who depicted the notorious chief during the 1960s TV science fiction clique exemplary “Star Trek,” will turn into the most seasoned individual to go into space when he takes off Wednesday, a day after the fact than initially arranged.

“Due to forecasted winds on Tuesday, October 12, Blue Origin’s mission operations team has made the decision to delay the launch of NS-18 and is now targeting Wednesday, October 13,” Blue Origin said.

Shatner be important for a four-man team on board the rocket, Blue Origin’s subsequent human dispatch since its fruitful trip in July.

“So now I can say something,” a post on Shatner’s Twitter account said the week before. “Yes, it’s true. I’m going to be a ‘rocket man.’”

In one Twitter trade, entertainer Jason Alexander, who depicted George Constanza on the hit satire series “Seinfeld,” presented a yell out on Shatner.

“William Shatner is going to space?” Alexander tweeted. “My man! I guess this means I have to become a marine biologist.”

“It’s never too late to experience new things my friend,” Shatner reacted. “Hope you are well.”

Shatner’s flight will most recent 10 minutes and venture around 66 miles into space, with around four minutes of weightlessness anticipated.

The endeavor will likewise make him the primary “Star Trek” cast part to head into space.

Shatner featured in the first “Star Trek” series from 1966 to 1969, with the show ultimately turning out to be excessively stunningly well known to the point that it produced a progression of hit films and a few fruitful TV side projects.

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