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Buzz Aldrin Birthday

Buzz Aldrin Birthday - 20 January 1930

Buzz Aldrin was born on 20 January, 1930

Real name, Edwin Eugene Aldrin Jr., was the second man to walk on the moon after Neil Armstrong. Both NASA astronauts had gone on space voyage aboard Apollo 11 craft with Michael Collins as the third crew member.

Aldrin is famous for uttering the words “Magnificent desolation” on the moon when Neil Armstrong asked him, “Isn’t it magnificent?”. Adrian resented not being the first man on the moon though he was the first to urinate on the natural satellite of Earth.

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