'Star Trek' star William Shatner became the oldest person to travel to space in October when he went aboard a rocket developed by Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin space travel company.
Shatner, along with three other passengers, launched to space in the fully automated, 60ft New Shepard rocket from Van Horn, Texas.
The actor and everyone on board says that they all experienced weightlessness as they approached the edges of space.
The capsule then dropped back down to Earth with the help of a parachute after a very short 10-minute journey.
In a recent interview, he told The Sunday Time his newfound opinion on the planet that we call home.
He continued: "I couldn’t help but think about the terrible burden that Clive, my two-year-old great-grandchild, is facing when he gets older."
The actor describes his experience as "the most profound experience I can imagine".
Shatner, widely known as Captain James T Kirk of the USS Enterprise, disclosed that the expedition was shot for a future documentary on his life.
The upcoming documentary will highlight his experience as well as reflect on his life and famous acting career.
He also revealed: "Filming a documentary about my life recently let me reminisce about my childhood.
Well, if you didn’t think a documentary about William Shatner's life wasn’t interesting enough, the inclusion of his journey to the fringes of space is sure to be well worth the watch.
We can’t wait!