LEGENDARY astronaut Buzz Aldrin passed a polygraph test of allegations that he had encountered extraterrestrial life.
Aldrin, the second man on the moon, and four others reported their sightings under stringent laboratory conditions. [19659003After The Sun Aldrin, Al Worden, Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper participated in the study conducted by the Institute of Bioacoustic Biology in Albany, Ohio.
Aldrin, 88, claimed he saw a spaceship en route to the moon and added, "There was something close enough to be observed … somehow L-shaped."
The tests, allegedly more reliable than standard polygraph tests, showed He reported the truth, reported the Daily Star .
Tests Analyzing Their Voice Patterns Encouraged Them
Aldrin answered questions about his alleged encounter with extraterrestrial life on a Reddit Q & A with fans last week.
In one post, he said, "There may be aliens in our Milky Way galaxy, and there are billions of other galaxies in. The likelihood is almost certain that there will be life somewhere in space."
"It was not so remarkable in particular, so unusual that life here on Earth slowly evolved to where we are today. "
On On July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong made history by becoming the first human to enter the Earth's moon.
Landing, he is famously quoted as saying, "This is a small step for man, a big step for humanity."
Aldrin was on the same mission, Apollo 11, as Neil Armstrong and soon followed in his footsteps – leading him to Overall, Armstrong and Aldrin were only 21 hours on the lunar surface, 36 minutes and 21 seconds
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