Buzz Aldrin visits the Nixon Library to celebrate 50th anniversary of splashdown return from moon landing

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In 1969, President Richard Nixon made the longest long-distance call ever to talk to two astronauts on the moon. Fifty years later, the lone surviving Apollo 11 moon walker, Buzz Aldrin, came calling at the Nixon Presidential Library & Museum in Yorba Linda.

Aldrin was invited to the museum for a dinner Tuesday, July 23, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s return to Earth. Before the event, he toured part of the exhibits.

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