'What we're looking down upon is Mother Earth and it needs protecting': Overwhelmed Star Trek's William Shatner, 90, and three others had 'a moment of camaraderie' before they went SILENT and held hands as they spent three minutes 65 miles above earth | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

'What we're looking down upon is Mother Earth and it needs protecting': Overwhelmed Star Trek's William Shatner, 90, and three others had 'a moment of camaraderie' before they went SILENT and held hands as they spent three minutes 65 miles above earth

Star Trek's William Shatner has become the oldest person in space at the age of 90, following an epic journey aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket into the final frontier and he's come back with a message: 'What we're looking down upon is Mother Earth and it needs protecting in the world needs to see this'.

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