June 15 2024

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Shatner Going For Zero-G

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Eighty-six year old William Shatner is not done with space adventures yet.

On August 4, Shatner will board a modified Boeing 727 aircraft courtesy of the Zero Gravity Corporation (Zero-G).

The modified plane “flies in a series of parabolic arcs to give passengers brief tastes of weightlessness.”

“Going weightless will turn a dream into reality,” said Shatner. “I’ve always wondered what it would be like to actually explore the final frontier, and now I have the opportunity to experience zero gravity firsthand. It will be an incredible adventure.”

For $9,950 each (plus five percent tax), fans with deep pockets can join Shatner on this flight.

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