Buzz Aldrin Plans To Live On Mars By 2040

Posted: Aug 28 2015, 5:38am CDT | by , in Latest Science News


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Buzz Aldrin Plans to Live on Mars by 2040
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  • Space Academy in Honor of Buzz Aldrin established at Florida Institute of Technology

A space academy in honor of the astronaut Buzz Aldrin was established at Florida Institute of Technology. And Aldrin is developing a 'master plan' to begin colonies on Mars by 2040.

Florida Institute of Technology laid the foundation of the Buzz Aldrin Space Institute. It will open its doors to the public towards the end of this summer. The goal of the institute is the colonization of the planet Mars.

Buzz Aldrin himself will lead the effort in the occupation of the Red Planet. Everyone remembers Buzz Aldrin from the unforgettable Apollo 11 mission.

The Florida Institute of Technology has always been at the leading edge of science and its application. It encourages its students to explore and gather valuable knowledge. This then can be applied in real life.

The president of Florida Tech gave a rousing speech in which he praised the exploration of space. It is the last frontier and a race has begun to conquer this void and vacuum of the universe. He referred to Florida Tech as a night school for missilemen. The president said that it was an honor to have Buzz Aldrin carrying forward the novel impetus.

“Florida Tech has long been at the forefront of exploration—since the days of our founding in 1958, serving as the ‘night school for missilemen’ when America began the race for space at Cape Canaveral,” said Florida Tech President and CEO Anthony J. Catanese.

“Having Dr. Aldrin build this new initiative at Florida Tech is indeed an honor. We look forward to meaningful collaboration as humankind’s new vision for space unfolds.”

The cooperation between the legendary astronaut and Florida Tech was bound to lead to a wonderful vision of future space travel. Aldrin will be joining Florida Tech as a senior advisor too.

“We welcome Dr. Aldrin to the Florida Tech faculty,” said T. Dwayne McCay, Florida Tech executive vice president and COO. “Our entire learning community will benefit from his presence.”

The man is dynamite even at such an advanced age. And he will surely teach the students at the institute well. That is via his rich experiences and wide wisdom in space science. The ultimate objective though is a colony of earthlings on Mars. And that is not where the space journey is to end.

It will continue with missions and probes to asteroids and beyond. Buzz Aldrin spoke of how he was very excited about the whole scheme. To be a hero of the ordinary people in his home state of Florida was like a dream come true.

Aldrin states that he felt great pride on being a part of the Apollo 11 and Gemini 12 missions which were a success. However, he said that there was always room for improvement. It was towards the future that he was looking.

“I’m thrilled to be partnering with FIT in my new home state of Florida,” said Dr. Aldrin. “I am proud of my time at NASA with the Gemini 12 and Apollo 11 programs but I hope to be remembered more for my contributions to the future. FIT will play a key role in my ongoing legacy and Cycling Pathways to Occupy Mars. You ain’t seen nothing yet!”

He wanted to make a solid contribution to the outcomes that will take place in the times to come. According to Buzz to paraphrase the Teflon President, Ronald Reagan: “you ain’t seen nothing yet!”

Since he retired from NASA, Buzz had earned a PhD from MIT. He is a very learned man. And his hard-earned knowledge will serve to enlighten the future generation. That is on matters having to do with space and aeronautics.

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