This week, Dr. Moira Gunn talks to Buzz Aldrin, second man on the moon and first astronaut in cyberspace. It has been nearly a quarter of a century since Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. He spent a mere 2 hours and 15 minutes walking on the moon and, after that, could have retired. But, in the almost 25 years since that day, Buzz Aldrin has remained personally and professionally committed to America's space program. Today, he believes more than ever that the United States should go forward and build a dynamic space station, one that leads us into the 21st centruy, back to the moon, and on to Mars.
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