Dr. Buzz Aldrin secured his place in history as a member of the Apollo 11 crew when he became one of the first two men to walk on the moon along with Neil Armstrong. Since retiring from NASA, Dr. Aldrin has remained a tireless advocate for space exploration, pushing boundaries through new technologies and using his orbital dynamics expertise planning Cycling Pathways to Mars. Cycling Pathways to Mars is a space transportation system using gravity assist to swing between the Earth and the Moon and the Earth to Mars on continuous cycling orbits. Dr. Aldrin has a comprehensive plan to get people to Mars by 2039 to stay with a permanent human settlement.


International Astronautical Congress 2019

21-25 October 2019

Washington, United States


The Global Space Exploration Conference 2017

6-8 June 2017

Beijing, China


International Astronautical Congress 2015

12-16 October 2015

Jerusalem, Israel


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