Lunar module pilot Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin aboard Apollo 11. July 20, 1969. (Source: NASA)
Buzz Aldrin has suprised many today by saying that his greatest achievement is not punching Donald Trum
Giving general facts about the moon and outer space, this website was very helpful. it made me realize what Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins were up against, and how expensive it is to travel into space.
Buzz Aldrin and Ted Freeman. (via, via) This looks like it was taken in October 1964: On Friday, October 30, Ted Freeman and Buzz Aldrin were engaged in a little public affairs activity for NASA, demonstrating their spacesuits and a mock-up of the Gemini spacecraft for a few members of the press. However, Freeman would never fly a Gemini mission: On October 31, 1964, Theodore Freeman was killed when a goose smashed through the cockpit canopy of his T-38 Talon jet trainer. Flying shards…