The Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin is not an isolated case, and now the American hero explains why he is "disappointed" by NASA 50 years after NASA's story-making mission.
I did not develop the most powerful rockets and spacecraft to meet the challenges we face and face, "Aldrin said Friday in" The Story of Martha MacCallum. "
"And we have to deal with what we have and we will make the best of it. And I think I can bring in some ideas that help make things very good.
While I was in the White House earlier The day Aldrin and Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins openly disagreed with NASA boss Jim Bridenstine when they discussed the matter before President Trump.
Aldrin and Collins are of the opinion that the US agency should focus on direct travel to Mars, while the Bridenstine stated that a journey  "Who knows better than these people?" Trump said about Aldrin and Collin's urge for a straightforward journey.
Aldrin made himself strong for his direct trip to Mars.
he spoke to MacCallum.
"Well, everything can be done. It's just so much more logical Learn all the steps that need to be taken on the Moon, all the conditions, the resources, the life support systems, all the things you want to know before you set off, maybe your entire life, when you are on Mars. "Said Aldrin.
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Aldrin was also not surprised by a recent poll showing American kids wanting to be YouTube stars instead of astronauts .  "Fifty years ago, it was a new job to be an astronaut. And it is certainly a new task for the people of China to think about it. And I think … it's a tribute to her imagination to want to do that, "Aldrin said.
" And if we've lost that, then try these five decades of Apollo to inspire what this nation is 50 years ago, and we will be able to do things of that inspiration again. "