WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Hundreds packed the Purdue Memorial Union this evening to listen to Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon.
Aldrin was in town to talk about his early life, the Apollo 11 mission and his latest book, which talks about his vision for future space missions.
Within the book, Aldrin talks about Mars exploration and how to get humans there by 2035.
Aldrin said it's important to continue investing in space programs to explore, learn and take advantage of potential resources outside our planet.
Aldrin was one of 12 astronauts to step foot on the moon and said he would like to see astronauts return soon.
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