Buzz Aldrin

Apollo 11 astronaut

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Apollo 11 astronaut and author of Magnificent Desolation: The Long Journey Home from the Moon

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What does a man do for an encore after walking on the moon? That's the question Buzz Aldrin faced after eight days on Apollo 11, including the  first moon landing  40 years ago today.

Space Travel: The Past and the Future

What does a man do for an encore after walking on the moon? That's the question Buzz Aldrin faced after eight days on Apollo 11, including the first moon landing 40 years ago today.

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Forty years ago today, humans accomplished a goal as old as the species when  two men walked on the Moon .

Space Travel: The Past and the Future

Forty years ago today, humans accomplished a goal as old as the species when two men walked on the Moon .

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