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Revealed: Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin claimed to have encountered UFOs on their way to the moon - voila! Technology


The first men on the moon, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, have previously discussed the unidentified objects they spotted during their journey in space. Now their evidence is revealed

Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, died at the age of 82 (photo: Reuters, editing: Gadi Weinstock, narration: Aviv Abramovich)

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, heroes of the Apollo 11 mission, previously discussed the unidentified objects they saw during their journey to the moon.

In 2005, speaking to the Science Channel, Aldrin mentioned how the crew of the 1969 Apollo 11 mission noticed unidentified objects in space.

Neither Armstrong nor Aldrin talked about aliens, but insisted they saw some unidentified objects during their mission.

Armstrong's claims were made through information from a second party.

Aldrin said: "There was something there that was close enough to look at and what could it be? ... Michael (Collins) thought he could see it in a telescope - and he was able to make it out, which at first looked like a series of ovals, but When it became sharp, it would look like the letter L. That didn't tell us much."

The Apollo 11 team presents the American astronauts Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin (Photo: Reuters)

Buzz Aldrin tells about the UFOs he saw

Aldrin said they did not report the alleged sightings because he feared it might jeopardize the mission.

According to Hows and Whys, he said: "Obviously the three of us weren't going to blurt out, 'Hey Houston, there's something moving next to us and we don't know what it is, you know, can you tell us what it is?'

We weren't going to do that because we know that these transmissions would be heard by all kinds of people and who knows if someone would demand that we go back because of aliens or whatever the reason was, so we didn't. We decided that we would just carefully ask Houston how far away the S was - IVB?"

Dr. David Baker, senior scientist on Apollo 11, agreed with the claim that the mission team saw something and said that NASA knew about the object.

He said: "Obviously it was an unidentified flying object, but such objects were not uncommon and the history of spaceflight - even in Earth orbit - in previous years indicated that some crews had seen similar objects."

In 2007, on Larry King Live, Aldrin said he thought it was "one of the plates from separating the spacecraft from the top."

Buzz Aldrin at Larry King in 2007 tells what he saw:

At the same time there were claims that Armstrong, who passed away in 2012, also raised similar suspicions.

In an article published in the Italian newspaper Avvenire, Italian politician and journalist Sergio Zavoli said: "I interviewed Neil Armstrong. The astronaut told me that during the final phase of the approach to the satellite, he saw a group of mysterious objects nearby. At 4:05 a.m. on the 21 In July 1969, in Houston - when the mission control center asked him about the interference in radio transmissions - he replied: 'I see huge objects, they look like spaceships and worse than that - they seem to be looking at us stubbornly.'"

The article was published in September 2022, two years after Mr Zavoli's death and a decade after Armstrong's death.

His claims are unverified.

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  • Niel Armstrong

  • moon

  • UFO

  • Buzz Aldrin

Source: walla

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