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Aldrin flies again!
Former Apollo astronaut Buzz Aldrin – the second man to walk on the moon – took to the air on Sunday (April 2nd) to become the oldest person to ever fly with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. The 87-year-old Aldrin, who’s also a retired Air Force colonel, joined the aerial demonstration team at its Melbourne, Florida Air and Space Show as they flew in formation over the Kennedy Space Center. He tweeted yesterday, “Good to get back in the cockpit. I could get used to this.”