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NASA has been accused of closing up shop, but Buzz Aldrin keeps going on and on. The last survivor of the 1969 Apollo Moon Mission has continued to be an active, articulate advocate of a space program that otherwise seems to be waning. In this memoir, the second human moonwalker reflects on his life before, during, and after this life-changing event; but this octogenarian has not closed his horizons. Mission to Mars proposes detailed visionary space exploration projects that yield great benefits to our nation and, indeed, to world civilization. A strong voice from "the space statesman" of NASA's golden age.