As Captain James T Kirk on the Star Trek Enterprise, William Shatner is used to exploring far off galaxies, but back here on planet earth he has called the Rosetta spacecraft's arrival at comet 67P/C-G, "pretty amazing."
Having tweeted the International Space Station in the past, the Canadian actor said he is used to messages from the solar system, after the European Space Agency sent him a picture.
Having Twitter conversations with spacecraft is old hat for me! ;-)
But he was nonetheless impressed with the achievement.
**Though it still is pretty amazing. ?
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