Buzz Aldrin looks back at his moon walk and ahead at space exploration’s future
TODAY’s Al Roker sits down with 87-year-old former astronaut Buzz Aldrin at Kennedy Space Center to talk about the historic moon landing and the future of space exploration. Aldrin tells Roker that his space travel days are over, but that he still has a place in the control room.
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