How Buzz Aldrin's communion on the moon was hushed up | Matthew Cresswell

How Buzz Aldrin's communion on the moon was hushed up | Matthew Cresswell

London : United Kingdom | Sep 13, 2012 at 12:55 AM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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Buzz Aldrin stands on the moon, with astronaut Neil Armstrong and lunar module reflected in helmet visor, during historic first walk on lunar surface. Photograph: Nasa/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images Neil Armstrong will be remembered at Washington National Cathedral today... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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