Michael Strahan has gone where William Shatner has gone before ... to the edge of space.
The Good Morning America co-host was one of six crew members who took a flight on Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin on Saturday.
According to Blue Origin's website, the 11-minute flights let ticket holders "travel over 3X the speed of sound to pass the Kármán Line at 100 km (62 mi), float weightless for several minutes, and witness life-changing views of Earth before descending gently under parachutes."
One of the other passengers was Laura Shepard Churchley, the oldest daughter of America's first astronaut,Alan Shepard.
In October, William Shatner became the oldest person ever to go to space.