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What Prince William gets wrong about space travel

19 October 2021

10:15 PM

19 October 2021

10:15 PM

Time was when ‘to boldly go where no man has gone before’ was not just a line from Star Trek. It was a national dream. Space exploration transcended political divisions. When Nasa pulled off the first moon landing, the world watched in awe.

Last week, the Star Trek actor William Shatner was blasted into space on one of Jeff Bezos’s rockets.

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