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Buzz Aldrin is not afraid to stand out in a crowd, and a photograph of him alongside the remaining Apollo astronauts proves that.

Aldrin sat with seven other Apollo astronauts at the 115th anniversary of the Explorers Club in an outfit that paid tribute to its moon landing on July 20, 1969. In a sea of ​​black tuxedos, Aldrin wore a metallic-look rocket ship suit with a matching bow tie, Stars and Stripes socks, several golden rings, two watches, and a medal around his neck.

What should a man who has landed on the moon wear at an event in honor of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing?

Felix Kunze, who photographed the men at the New York event earlier this month, told Forbes he was shocked to be able to collect any Apollo astronaut for the picture.

"This whole situation dawned on me after I photographed eight of them," he told Forbes.

Aldrin was recently at the Celebrity Fight Night in Phoenix, Arizona, last week seen in the same dazzling ensemble.

Buzz Aldrin attends the Celebrity Fight Night on March 22, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona, in his dazzling rocket ship patterned suit. (Photo: Amy Sussman, Getty Images for Celebrity Fight Night)

The former astronaut is not camera-sharp. In fact, he probably took the first selfie in space that could be auctioned in 2015.

And then there is the photo in the style of Superman in Stonehenge.

Aldrin and Neil Armstrong were the first humans ever to be on the moon. Armstrong died on August 25, 2012.

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