Buzz Aldrin's Travel Expenses To Moon Are $33.31

Posted: Aug 4 2015, 8:13am CDT | by , in Latest Science News


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Buzz Aldrin's Travel Expenses to Moon are $33.31
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  • Government forms detail Buzz Aldrin's travel expenses to the moon at $33.31 million!

The astronaut shared the forms from the 1969 moon landing mission on Twitter.

Buzz Aldrin was one of the astronauts who went on the 1969 moon landing mission. Recently Aldrin shared some of the government form from back in 1969.

Pictures of the forms were posted on twitter by Aldrin. The paperwork totals the travel expenses of sending Aldrin to the moon and back at $33.31 million.

The form is a mixture of the mundane and the extraordinary. It resembles forms usually released by the US government. The form also includes the extraordinary details about travelling to the moon.

The travel list includes a route starting from Houston to Cape Kennedy to the moon, then the Pacific Ocean into Hawaii and then back to Houston.

Because many people have asked - yes, the #Apollo11 crew also had to sign customs forms when we returned from the moon...Posted by Buzz Aldrin on Sunday, August 2, 2015

The documents stated government provided meals and quarter throughout the 1969 moon landing mission. The document even states Buzz did not have to for the rocket fuel of Apollo 11. Buzz shared pictures of the documents on Twitter calling them his favorite travel vouchers.

Buzz also shared how the Apollo 11 members could not escape custom taxes when it came to moon. The Apollo 11 mission crew also included Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins. The entire crew had to sign return forms from the moon.

The return documents detail astronauts were kept in quarantine for three weeks after returning. The quarantine determined if the astronauts had brought back any germs from the moon.

Previously Buzz had shared information they were quarantined to ensure the moon dust did not cause any disease. The rags used to wipe the moon dust were disposed of in the ocean. Buzz even joked the story could lead to a Godzilla movie and he claims the right to it.

It has been 46 years since Apollo 11 landed on the moon on the 20th of July.

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