Online UFO enthusiasts are debating whether the legendary astronaut Buzz Aldrin ever spotted or sighted an alien spacecraft.
This report goes viral when Aldrin, the second man on the moon, and three others had reportedly passed lie detector tests under strict lab conditions.
The Institute of BioAcoustic Biology in Albany, Ohio reportedly conducted a study which Aldrin, Al Worden, Edgar Mitchell and Gordon Cooper took part. But it had been said that there must be more to this story or less.
Aldrin allegedly said that he spotted an unknown spaceship that had a shape of a letter L on his way to the moon. It was reportedly verified in subsequent lie detector tests that Aldrin was telling the truth.
However, it is impossible to know the integrity of the company that allegedly conducted the tests as no information on their website that could support the claims about Aldrin taking part of the tests.
Also based on the reports of Reddit Q&A, Aldrin also answered questions about the event where he spotted a UFO on his way to the moon was revealed to be in fact three years ago.
In this report of Reddit, they questioned Aldrin whether he believed in aliens and also about the sightings on his way to the moon on Apollo 11.
Aldrin then replied that he sighted a light moving with them on Apollo 11 towards the Moon. He noted that the light could be explained in a lot of ways like it could be a spacecraft of another country or world. He further explained that it could also be the rocket they had separated from, or possibly the 4 panels that moved away when they extracted the lander from the rocket, and they were facing with the two spacecraft. Aldrin did not discount the possibility that the sun reflected at one of those 4 panels. However, in technical terms, the light can be defined as unidentified, according to Aldrin.
According to Aldrin, they studied what they observed, and he wanted to share what happened to the world, but it did not apparently materialize. Many years later, he had a chance to disclose their observations on a television network in another country. However, UFO enthusiasts in the U.S. apparently got angry with him for not giving them the information. Aldrin explained that it was not an alien as he borrowed what Carl Sagan had said; extraordinary observations require extraordinary evidence.
He also stated that there must be life somewhere in billions of other galaxies that are not yet explored.
Aldrin was on the same mission of Neil Armstrong, who was the first man on the moon and known for his quote “That one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Aldrin soon followed Neil’s footsteps, making him the second man on the moon. Armstrong and Aldrin were on the lunar surface for a total of only 21 hours, 36 minutes and 21 seconds.