Apollo 11 ‘UFO’ – Buzz Aldrin speaks

Being a UFO freak, I thought I’d share this credible account of UFO sighting by Astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

Buzz Aldrin talks about the ‘UFO’ which the Apollo 11 crew saw on their way to the moon. He explains why they didn’t describe it explicitly to Houston: “…those transmissions would be heard by all sorts of people and who knows what somebody would’ve demanded – we turn back because of aliens, or whatever the reason is.”

Dr David Baker, senior Apollo scientist: “The possibility that you might encounter aliens in space has to be considered in a very sensible and positive and realistic way; there were a lot of people within the program who went off later and became convinced that UFOs existed.”

Excerpted from “Apollo 11: The Untold Story”.

NASA: “I just talked to Buzz Aldrin…and he notes that the quotations were taken out of context and did not convey the intended meaning. After the…crew verified that it…was not the SIV-B upper stage…they concluded that they were probably seeing one of the panels from the separation of the spacecraft from the upper stage. These panels were not tracked from Earth and were likely much closer to the Apollo spacecraft….Apparently all of this discussion about the panels was cut from the broadcast interview, thus giving the impression that they had seen a UFO.” – David Morrison, NAI Senior Scientist, 7/26/06


1 thought on “Apollo 11 ‘UFO’ – Buzz Aldrin speaks

  1. Although Aldrin’s words were taken out of context to some degree, the “panel” description fails to adequately explain the object which travelled alongside them. The sheer number of sightings (and some photos) reported by credible military and civilian witnesses of structured metallic craft (not plasma balls), under intelligent control, is evidence enough that we’re being visited by entities not originating from Earth. We’re so uncomfortable with not being top dogs on Earth that we laugh the evidence away with “little green men” babble.

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