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Dr. Buzz Aldrin
Gemini 12 & Apollo XI Astronaut & Moonwalker; West Point; USAF Col, Korean War Vet; MIT ScD.; Human SpaceFlight Institute Founder
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin 3h
It’s time to replenish your hurricane/tropical storm kits for and future 2020 storms.
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Aug 2
Welcome back ! Do it again soon.
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 31
Thank you and for the opportunity to discuss my thoughts on and the future of American space exploration!
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 31
Thanks Robert for your support!
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 30
49 years ago, Dave and Jim landed on the Moon, while Al orbited on . with each mission, we stayed longer and explored further. Ad Astra my friends! 🚀
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 30
Today's historic launch serves as a welcome reminder that with can-do spirit, ingenuity, and unified patriotism, we can do anything! America's best days are yet to come. Looking forward to seeing you on the other side 🇺🇸
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 29
T minus 15 hours and counting! The future is bright – tomorrow’s launch of reminds us that America’s destiny is out there waiting for us!
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 28
Welcome to the launch pad ! T minus 1 day and counting until ’s historic launch sending to the Red Planet!
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 28
I always serve my country in any way I can. From one fighter pilot to another, thanks for the support Kent!
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 28
Thank you for your kind words and for your friendship! As America takes the next "giant leap" forward, we should continue to maximize lessons learned from to inspire future generations to explore the Moon, Mars, and beyond in earnest!
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 27
T minus 2 days and counting until Launch Day!
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 27
Who needs “water view dining” when you can have “booster view”?
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 24
Splashdown! 51 years ago, we completed our historic mission. Returning from the moon was the ultimate homecoming – it sure felt good to be greeted by smiling faces and a life raft!
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 23
On a plaque that we left on the Moon are the following words: ‘We Came in Peace for all of Mankind.’ I truly believe this. And there's no time like the present, to reaffirm that vow. Our return to the Moon will be the ultimate homecoming. 🇺🇸
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 23
The success of Apollo XI is one of America’s proudest moments and it serves today as an enduring source of inspiration for future generations to follow their dreams and take great risks. Taking risks allows us to seek new horizons and we all benefit from being horizon hunters.
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 22
Today I shared with ⁦⁩ my reflections on the 51st anniversary of the Moon landing. As America looks forward, we should maximize lessons from half a century to inform and inspire future human space exploration.
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 21
51 years ago today, we said goodbye to the Sea of Tranquility. We were 'first on the runway,' and lit the ascent engine for home. Old Glory is still there. Let’s look ahead – and dream of the next set of astronauts saluting another American flag on the lunar surface. It’s time.
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 20
One year after the 50th anniversary of landing on the moon, I’m happy to see that America’s greatness is continuing in Space, and that our nation is embarking on the new program, Artemis, to return to the moon in the early 2020’s.
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 18
Exactly 51 years ago, we were on our way to the Moon! There was a sense of excitement, focus, purpose and anticipation. America was on the verge of completing the “impossible.”
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Dr. Buzz Aldrin Jul 17
Where should the next statues be placed:  a) A future ‘Buzz Aldrin Intl Airport’ Newark b) A future Intl Space Univ of the Americas in Houston TX c) both the above. revealed this ©Lundeen sculpture in 2019 to honor the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.
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