Detik-detik Aktor Star Trek Jadi Orang Tertua yang ke Antariksa

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Detik-detik Aktor Star Trek Jadi Orang Tertua yang ke Antariksa

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Kamis, 14 Okt 2021 15:37 WIB

Jakarta - Blue Origin milik Jeff Bezos sukses menerbangkan William Shatner, pemeran Captain Kirk Star Trek ke luar angkasa. Dia jadi orang tertua dunia yang ke antariksa.

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Aktor William Shatner tidak menyangka di usianya yang ke-90, dia bisa ke luar angkasa, seperti perannya sebagai Captain James Kirk di serial TV Star Trek. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Shatner mengaku kewalahan dengan kondisi tubuh tuanya saat pergi ke luar angkasa. Namun perjalanan yang sangat singkat itu benar-benar berkesan dan tidak akan dilupakan seumur hidupnya. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Berbeda dengan sosok Captain Kirk, komandan USS Enterprise yang tak kenal takut, Shatner menangis terharu di lokasi pendaratan, saat ia menceritakan pengalamannya pada Jeff Bezos, pemilik Blue Origin yang menerbangkannya ke antariksa. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

"Perasaan saya diliputi bermacam emosi. Sungguh luar biasa. Saya berharap tidak pulih dari perasaan ini, rasanya ingin berlama-lama mempertahankan yang saya rasakan sekarang," ujarnya seraya tak kuasa menahan tangis, dikutip dari The Guardian. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Perjalanan ini menobatkannya sebagai orang tertua di dunia yang pergi ke luar angkasa. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Rekor orang tertua ke antariksa sebelumnya dipegang oleh pelopor kedirgantaraan Wally Funk, yang pada usia 82 tahun terbang dengan pesawat pertama Blue Origin yang diluncurkan bulan Juli. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Misi New Shepard membawa William Shatner ke luar angkasa disebut NS-18. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Misi ini merupakan peluncuran roket New Shepard yang kelima kalinya dilakukan Blue Origin di tahun ini.Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Jeff Bezos menyambut kedatangan Shatner. Sebagai penggemar berat Star Trek, dia menerbangkan Shatner sebagai tamu utama didampingi VP of mission and flight operations Blue Origin Audrey Powers, co-founder Planet Labs Chris Boshuizen dan co-founder Medidata Glen de Vries. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Di usia senjanya, Shatner bisa merasakan benar-benar pergi ke luar angkasa. Perjalanan ini memang bukan perjalanan antarplanet seperti yang dipimpin Shatner dalam perannya memimpin USS Enterprise. Foto: AP/LM Otero

William Shatner ke luar angkasa

Penerbangan Shatner secara keseluruhan berlangsung sekitar 11 menit dan para kru mengalami momen tanpa bobot sekitar tiga menit. Foto: Blue Origin

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

New Shepard diluncurkan dari fasilitas milik Blue Origin di Texas Barat, mencapai ketinggian di atas 100 kilometer sebelum kembali ke Bumi dengan selamat. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Kapsul itu diterbangkan secara mandiri, tanpa pilot manusia, dan kembali ke Bumi menggunakan satu set parasut untuk mendarat di gurun Texas. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Selain menerbangkan orang, New Shepard juga melakukan operasional misi kargo, seperti yang dilakukan pada Agustus lalu. Penerbangan itu membawa muatan penelitian dalam kapsul yang diluncurkannya. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Blue Origin menyebut, pendorong roket New Shepard juga dapat digunakan kembali, dan mendarat di landasan beton di dekat lokasi peluncuran. NS-18 adalah peluncuran dan pendaratan keempat untuk booster ini. Foto: AP/LM Otero

Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
William Shatner ke luar angkasa
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
Audrey Powers, left, speaks as William Shatner, from left, Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries look on during a media availability at the Blue Origin spaceport near Van Horn, Texas, Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.  The “Star Trek” actor and the three fellow passengers hurtled to an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) over the West Texas desert in the fully automated capsule, then safely parachuted back to Earth in a flight that lasted just over 10 minutes. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
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