Definition of Aldrin, Buzz in English:

Aldrin, Buzz

Syllabification: Al·drin, Buzz
Pronunciation: /ˈôldrin
 
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( 1930-), US astronaut; born Edwin Eugene Aldrin. He became an astronaut in 1963, and walked in space for 5 hours and 37 minutes during the 1966 Gemini 12 mission. In 1969 he took part in the first moon landing, the Apollo 11 mission, becoming the second person, after Neil Armstrong, to set foot on the moon.

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