Buzz Aldrin Thinks That The Migration to Mars Might Be Our Only Chance to Survive

Buzz Aldrin Thinks That The Migration to Mars Might Be Our Only Chance to Survive
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Buzz Aldrin, an Apollo astronaut, made it clear that it is very important to take a break from the exploration of the space and begin the process of migrating to Mars. If we want the human race to survive, this is the best solution not only for the sake of exploration, according to the 89-year-old astronaut. Aldrin is the advocate of a spirit of international collaboration with America as a leader, that is based on the work being done on the International Space Station.

Aside from Buzz Aldrin, some other astronauts landed on the moon a few decades ago, Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong. According to the opinion piece Aldrin wrote in the Connecticut paper Washington Post, they had a mission when they did it. ‘Apollo 11 aimed to prove America’s can-do commitment to space exploration, as well as its national security and technological superiority,’ he said.

Buzz Aldrin Thinks That The Migration to Mars Might Be Our Only Chance to Survive

They said they did all that and in addition to that, they came in peace for all humankind. More than that is needed now. After Mike Pence, the US Vice President announced that a new manned mission is being planned by NASA to the moon, Mr. Aldrin decided to reinforce this idea. He said that in aspiration and spirit he is with Pence as he can say, because he went there, that it is time to go back. The moon is being targeted by a lot of nations today including Russia, China, and other European and middle east friends. There is no bad in this.

However, in exploring every aspect of the moon, Mr. Aldrin proposed that the United States should also be the team leader of this action and not only co-operate. Migrating to Mars though is way up on the priorities list.


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