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2009-07-20 10:18:06

The United States should send humans to Mars, not back to the moon, the crew of Apollo 11 said in a rare joint appearance in Washington. Neil Armstrong, 78, the first man to walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin, 79, and Michael Collins, 78, appeared together Sunday on the eve of the 40th anniversary of the first human moon landing. They lamented NASA is working to return astronauts to the moon, rather than prepare for a great adventure to Mars, USA Today reported Monday. America, do you still dream...

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2009-07-13 01:00:00

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin will travel to Florida's Kennedy Space Center to talk about his trip to the moon 40 years ago this month, NASA announced. The space center is planning an anniversary celebration Thursday featuring Aldrin and seven other Apollo astronauts, to commemorate the anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11, The Dallas Morning News reported. Aldrin, 79, will tell his story of the flight and sign copies of his new book, Magnificent Desolation: The Long Journey Home From the...

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2009-06-20 12:25:00

Famed Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin commented on Friday that NASA's upcoming ventures should concentrate on sending a man to Mars and assisting other nations with space travel, the AFP reported. In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the moon landing on June 21st, Aldrin spoke at the Hong Kong Space Museum demonstration and expressed his ideas that the US space agency needed to relinquish efforts of simply improving new rockets and shift focus to exploring the neighboring planet. ...


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