Outside this outfit: Buzz Aldrin hides in eccentric silver suit and patriotic socks as eight surviving Apollo astronauts pose for the 50th anniversary photo in a group photo
It may have been half a century since former US astronaut Buzz Aldrin became one of the first humans ever to be kicked Walking on the moon, but that does not mean he made a splash.
At a recent meeting, eight former Apollo astronauts and three of the four living men who had walked on the moon gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
While the major achievement of the Moon's Landing of Humanity was the subject of reunification, Aldrin stole the show quickly, displaying himself in a shimmering silver suit, socks with American flags, and a range of accessories that not only contained two gold watches and more a series of gold rings.
Aldrin recently stole the show at a meeting of astronauts involved in the Apollo space missions. From left to right: Charles Duke (Apollo 16), Buzz Aldrin (Apollo 11), Walter Cunningham (Apollo 7), Al Worden (Apollo 15), Rusty Schweickart (Apollo 9), Harrison Schmitt (Apollo 17), Michael Collins (Apollo 17) Apollo 11), Fred Haise (Apollo 13)
The photographer Felix Kunze shared the image of the astronauts on his website.
Aldrin has made the news for his bold fashion choices in the past, especially during Men's Fashion Week 2017 when he went on the slopes with his scientific colleague Bill Nye.
The former astronaut wore a similarly silvery suit with a T-shirt reading "Take your a ** to Mars" while Nye put on a jacket that looks almost exactly like Aldrin on top.
Last month's event was not just about Aldrin.
In a panel discussion, astronauts discussed their sometimes harrowing travels, including what it is like to drive the rover on the lunar surface, and how, as Aldrin and Armstrong were almost stranded on the lunar surface, miraculously away from to be saved from a felt. Tipped the pen, as reported by Space.com.
An anniversary of the first moon landing comes at a convenient time as the US begins to move towards spacecraft, returning astronauts to the Moon, which has not been possible since 1972.
With support from White House, another moon mission could be ahead of schedule. Buzz Aldrin can be seen in the photos above during the 1969 Apollo 11 mission when he entered the moon
Vice President Mike Pence announced that he hopes to have another man on the moon by 2024, halving NASA's timeline. The astronauts of Apollo 11 Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin & # 39; Buzz & # 39; Aldrin pictured above
In a recent announcement, Vice President Mike Pence announced the White House's intention to accelerate another moon visit and plan its next visit to 2024.
Earlier, NASA had said that it was the fastest planned in 2028, twice that time.
"Since the end of Apollo 11, we have made an incredible breakthrough in our technology that has allowed us to be safer and safer than ever before in space," Pence said last month.
"We have the technology to renew the moon and American leadership in space exploration."
WHAT IS DONALD TRUMPS 'RACE FORCE' DIRECTIVE?
US President Donald Trump announced plans to secure American dominance in space in June 2018
Trump pleaded to revive the country's flag efforts in space, return to the moon, and finally send a manned mission to the United States would reach Mars.
The President designed space as a national security issue and said he did not want "China" and Russia and other countries that lead us. "
His order will be assigned to the Department of Defense with the establishment of the Space Force as the sixth
"When it comes to defending America, it's not enough just to have an American presence in space, we have to have American dominance in space," Trump said.
He added, "We will have the Air Force and we will have the space weapon, separate but equivalent." It will be something so important. "