Buzz Aldrin vs Neil Armstrong

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American engineer
American astronaut
$12 Million
Net worth 2018
Miscellaneous
Industry
Miscellaneous
Glen Ridge, New Jersey, U.S.
Residence
Wapakoneta
United States
Country
United States
20/01/1930
BirthDay
05/08/1930
Died On
August 25, 2012
1.78 m
Height
Montclair High School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States Military Academy
Education
University of Southern California, (1970), Purdue University, (1947 – 1955), Blume High School, (1947)
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2012

In 2012, he made a cameo appearance in Japanese drama film, ‘Space Brothers’

2011

In 2011, he appeared as himself in the film, ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’, where he explains that the Apollo 11 mission also discovered a Cybertronian ship on the moon whose existence was concealed from the public

1995

In 1995, he appeared in the Charlton Heston, Mickey Rooney and Deborah Winters film, ‘America: A Call to Greatness’, directed by Warren Chaney

1993

In 1993, he produced a computer strategy game, ‘Buzz Aldrin’s Race into Space’ to promote space exploration

1985

In 1985, he spoke about the existence of a special spacecraft trajectory, now known as the ‘Aldrin Cycler’

1972

In March, 1972, he retired from the 21 years of active service and returned to the Air Force in a managerial role but his career was destroyed by some personal issues

1969

On July 21, 1969, he, along with flight commander Neil Armstrong, made their first historic Apollo 11 moonwalk becoming first two humans to set foot on the moon

1966

On November 11, 1966, he joined Lovell on the four-day Gemini 12 flight where he set a record for EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity) by demonstrating that astronauts could work outside spacecraft

1963

In 1963, he was selected by NASA into the third group of astronauts and was promoted to back-up crew for the mission along with Jim Lovell but this revised mission failed

1955

After the war, he was posted as an aerial gunnery instructor to Nellis Air Force base in Nevada and then as an aide to the Dean of Faculty at the US Air Force Academy which had started operating in 1955

1951

In 1951, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U

1946

In 1946, he graduated from Mont Clair high school and turned down the full scholarship offer from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

20

It was a docudrama chronicling US history from its inception through the 20th century

2012

He underwent a bypass surgery to relieve blocked coronary arteries on August 7, 2012

1979

He remained in the position for about eight years, resigning in 1979

1970

In 1970, he was appointed as the Deputy Associate Administrator for aeronautics for the Office of Advanced Research and Technology, Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), but served the same for a year, resigning from it and NASA

1969

The trio landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, a few seconds after 20:17:40 UTC

1968

On December 23, 1968, he was appointed to the post of the commander for Apollo 11

1966

The launch was scheduled for September 12, 1966 with Armstrong as a CAPCOM

1962

In 1962, he finally made it in the top seven pilot engineers who would fly space plane

1960

Naval Reserve, where he served for eight years before resigning in 1960

1956

He walked down the aisle with Janet Elizabeth Shearon on January 28, 1956, at the Congregational Church in Wilmette, Illinois

1955

In 1955, with an aim to become an experimental research test pilot, he applied for National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA)

1952

He left the Navy on August 23, 1952, and became a Lieutenant, Junior Grade, in the U

1951

After undertaking a few routine assignments, he saw first action in the Korean War in August 1951, when he flew as an escort for a photo reconnaissance plane over Songjin

1950

After about 18 months of rigorous training, he finally was qualified as a Naval Aviator on August 1950

1949

Navy,He was called for the service in 1949, wherein he was asked to report to Naval Air Station Pensacola for flight training

1947

A year later in 1947, he enrolled himself at Purdue University to study aeronautical engineering