Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin stole the show at the White House a week ago when he pulled faces amid a speech by US President Donald Trump about the idea of space.
The 87-year-old, the second individual to set foot on the moon, went to the White House to go to the marking of an official request to re-build up the National Space Council.
The council was disbanded 24 years back.
Buzz Aldrin does not appear to be impressed by Trump’s remarks about space. pic.twitter.com/RMLd3Hbrt4
— Lauren Werner (@LaurenWern) July 1, 2017
Be that as it may, when Mr. Trump confronted cameras to remark on the request, Aldrin, remaining adjacent to the president, seemed bewildered as he talked about space uniting individuals.