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On his 93rd birthday, Buzz Aldrin married his long-time love.

 A second person to walk on the moon claims he and Anca Faur are as excited as a couple of teenagers who are eloping.

On his 93rd birthday, Buzz Aldrin married his longtime partner. This made him the second man to walk on the moon.



On Friday, a retired astronaut posted on Twitter that he tied the knot with Dr Anca Faur in a small ceremony in Los Angeles. The couple shared their wedding photos on Instagram.


The spacesuit Buzz Aldrin wore is also noteworthy.


He shared two wedding photos from his followers as proof that the couple were as “excited as eloping teenagers.”


On my 93rd birthday, I am married to my longtime sweetheart Anca Faur— a love that has spanned many years.


We eloped as excited as young adults just married. We married in Los Angeles in a private ceremony.



Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin has been married and divorced three times. He first wed Beverly Van Zile in 1975; the two shared one year of marriage beforeVan Zile filed for divorce. In 1988, he got married to Lois Driggs Cannon; the two were married for 18 years before divorcing. Lastly, Aldrin was married to Joan Ann Archer in 1954 but the two separated in 1960.


His family includes a grandson, three great-grandsons and one great-granddaughter, as well as three granddaughters — Janice, Andrew and James. Additionally, he has a granddaughter named Joan Ann with his wife Joan Ann.


In 1969, Buzz Aldrin became famous world wide for participating in the Apollo 11 lunar mission alongside Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong as an astronaut.


In a 2009 interview, he indicated that people desired the public to understand them in a manner that would generate enthusiasm for what they intended to do.


Trying to maintain a steady demeanor and perform at the top of one's game were the felt sensations we prepared for.


The last person to walk on the moon is Neil Armstrong, who broke Aldrin's record by becoming the second man to set foot on the moon. In 1971, Aldrin left NASA to work as the commandant of the Aerospace Research Pilot School located at Edwards air force base in California.

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