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It mayn’t be easy to colonize Mars: Buzz Aldrin

Former NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who was a part of the Apollo 11 Moon mission in July 1969, has cautioned that Elon Musk-led SpaceX’s ambitious plan to send humans to Mars to colonize the Red..
TopNews

Freedom Alliance Named Recipient of the All-American Hero Award

Award to be presented at Inaugural Ball celebrating President-Elect Donald Trump WASHINGTON, D.C (PRWEB) January 19, 2017 Freedom Alliance will be recognized with the All-American Hero Award, set..
PRWeb

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News video: 13 Moments That Took 87-Year-Old Astronaut Buzz Aldrin From Moonwalk to Catwalk

13 Moments That Took 87-Year-Old Astronaut Buzz Aldrin From Moonwalk to Catwalk 01:13

Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon in 1969. Fast forward to present day. It's the year 2017 and the iconic 87-year-old former astronaut came out of retirement to walk ... in Nick Graham's fall/winter 2017..
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News video: Buzz Aldrin Cuts South Pole Trip Short

Buzz Aldrin Cuts South Pole Trip Short

Buzz Aldrin Cuts South Pole Trip Short
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Buzz Aldrin on South Pole Evacuation, Hospitalization: 'It Was Worth It'

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin discussed being evacuated from the South Pole after showing symptoms of altitude sickness.
Newsmax

Buzz Aldrin is recovering in hospital thanks to David Bowie M.D., yes really

The second man on the moon has had a hell of a week. While accompanying a tourist group to the icy plains of Antarctica, former astronaut Buzz Aldrin's health took a worrying turn.  The..
Mashable

Buzz Aldrin's Doctor Is David Bowie (Not That One)

It’s truly a “space oddity” we never expected: David Bowie is treating famed astronaut Buzz Aldrin. The 86-year-old Aldrin was visiting the South Pole as a tourist last week when his tour..
Huffington Post

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin to stay in New Zealand until lungs clear

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, has been advised by doctors to stay in New Zealand until fluid from his lungs clears, days after he was..
Reuters

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin recovering well after Antarctic evacuation

Former U.S. astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, posted photos on Saturday of his recovery in a New Zealand hospital after he was evacuated from the South Pole due to illness...
Raw Story Also reported by •Reuters

NY-based Air Guard unit rescues Buzz Aldrin from South Pole

The U.S. military air crew that evacuated former astronaut Buzz Aldrin from the South Pole is a New York-based National Guard unit that specializes in missions to some of the world's most remote places
Newsday

Buzz Aldrin in 'good spirits' in New Zealand hospital

Trailblazing astronaut Buzz Aldrin is being treated for fluid in his lungs at a hospital in Christchurch, New Zealand following an evacuation from the South Pole.
FOXNews.com

Buzz Aldrin gets evacuated from South Pole

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin has been air lifted from the South Pole after suffering from a health condition.
CBS News Also reported by •USATODAY.comMashableDenver PostL.A. TimesRaw StoryBusiness Insider

Famed Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Evacuated From South Pole For Medical Reasons

Former American astronaut Buzz Aldrin, one of the first men to walk on the moon, has been evacuated by plane from the South Pole for medical reasons.
CBS 2

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