14 Jul Moonwalker Buzz Aldrin Talks Apollo 11 with Space.com Today: Watch Live
Famed astronaut Buzz Aldrin will visit Space.com today (July 14) to discuss his role in NASA’s historic Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969, and you can follow along live — and even participate in the conversation if you wish.
Aldrin is the second person ever to set foot on the moon, follwing Neil Armstrong (who died in 2012) onto the lunar surface on July 20, 1969. On Monday — just six days before this historic event’s 45th anniversary — Aldrin will participate in a live Google Hangout with Space.com, discussing his experiences as an astronaut, the future of lunar exploration and other topics. You can watch the Apollo conversation live on its Google+ page, or here at Space.com, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. EDT (1600-1700 GMT).
If you have a question for Buzz, who will be talking to Space.com managing editor Tariq Malik and executive producer Dave Brody, you can submit it during the event via a chat window on the Google+ page. You can also send questions to Space.com beforehand via Twitter, Facebook and the comments section underneath this story.