Buzz Aldrin's Master Plan for Colonizing Mars

The famed astronaut envisions decade-long tours of duty on the Red Planet.
0:43 | 08/28/15

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Thinks the Buzz Aldrin humans might be one step closer to living on Mars in 1969 B 85 year old was the second person to walk on the moon. Now he's teaming up with the Florida Institute of Technology. Creating a plan to get humans to the Earth's neighbor within the next 25 years. So how are they going to make that happen. All the team says they utilized the two moons that surround Mars using them as a first stop for astronauts before humans reached the red planet. It has a rest stop on the nine month journey Aldrin says under this plan humans will be able to take ten year trips with the intent of coming home. A round trip to Mars rather than earthlings punching a one way ticket.

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