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Buzz Aldrin says U.S. space policy 'adrift,' calls for Mars mission

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As the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing approaches on July 20, famed astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin is urging his country to "lead in space" and reverse years of unambitious policy that has left NASA "adrift." Buzz, who describes himself as a "global statesman for space," gave a brief address in a video released Monday by his advocacy group, Buzz Aldrin Enterprises. The video...

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