Space enthusiasts have wondered for years whether alien beings are piloting UFOs around the Earth in a bid to explore our civilization.
Buzz Aldrin, the legendary astronaut who piloted the first manned space flight to the moon in 1969, tells Newsmax TV
that until some concrete, indisputable evidence comes along to prove otherwise, he remains a skeptic.
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In an interview with "The Steve Malzberg Show," Aldrin — author of the new book "No Dream Is Too High: Life Lessons from a Man Who Walked on the Moon,"
published by National Geographic — said there is nothing out of the ordinary "that didn't have a very good explanation to it."
"Carl Sagan said extraordinary claims like UFOs, whatever you want to call them, require extraordinary evidence," said Aldrin, 86, who was the second man after Neil Armstrong to walk on the moon and is now promoting manned travel to Mars.
"Somehow there just never is anything approaching. Ordinary evidence is just bias."
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