William Shatner, a.k.a. Capt. James T. Kirk from "Star Trek," has begun tweeting at space organizations to check on operations.
William Shatner, popularly known as Capt. James T. Kirk from "Star Trek”, doesn’t seem to have given up on his space fantasy and we don’t need to explain why some people say that old habits die hard. The classic captain of the USS Enterprise is certainly no exception to this rule. He has been corresponding with some space organizations and has been tweeting them about their operations. The good news is that he is not being denied any answers.
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He recently tweeted at NASA and they gave him a reply after which he decided to try his luck with the European Space Agency on Tuesday afternoon. The conversation with NASA turned out to be quite light and communicative since they managed to send him a reply. He asked if things are going great at their end and received a proper detailed reply telling him that the ISS was doing well on the orbit. After this response, he decided to contact the European Space Agency which was also very kind to reciprocate.