Earlier today, Leonard Nimoy died at the age of 83.

The dear actor, most appropriate well well well well known for his purpose as Dr. Spock on Star Trek (the TV show and the movie versions), upheld divided at his home in Bel-Air, carrying mislaid a conflict with chronic opposed pulmonary disease.

Last year, Nimoy went open with the diagnosis and blamed the mildew on most years of smoking, even yet he had since up the robe over 3 decades ago.

In the arise of his passing, countless celebrities have taken to Twitter to demonstrate their condolences and share their memories of the maestro star.

William Shatner, for example, wrote of his long-time crony and colleague:

“I desired him similar to a brother. We will all skip his humor, his talent, and his genius to love.”

Scroll by the on top of print art studio to review alternative tributes to Nimoy and take note of his last Tweet:

A hold up is similar to a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, solely in memory. LLAP.

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