Buzz Aldrin -- original video?

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Can anyone find the full interview to this cherry-picked section where the interviewer asks Buzz Aldrin: "What was the scariest part of the journey?", to which he responds "Scariest? It didn't happen. It coulda been scary."

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwLm17MIlqc


My own interpretation of this is that he's saying "a scariest part" didn't happen, in a bit of braggadocio, but it would be useful to watch more of the interview to get some context.
 

Landru

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Can anyone find the full interview to this cherry-picked section where the interviewer asks Buzz Aldrin: "What was the scariest part of the journey?", to which he responds "Scariest? It didn't happen. It coulda been scary."

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwLm17MIlqc


My own interpretation of this is that he's saying "a scariest part" didn't happen, in a bit of braggadocio, but it would be useful to watch more of the interview to get some context.
It literally is the first thing on the list when I googled.
https://www.reuters.com/article/fac...-is-not-proof-that-it-was-faked-idUSL1N2US2G3

Social media users are sharing a video of astronaut Buzz Aldrin being interviewed by American television host Conan O’Brien and claiming that Aldrin discussing parts of the moon landing broadcasts being animated is proof that it was all faked.

He was referring to animations used by broadcasters at the time in their coverage of the moon landing, intercut with real footage. The moon landing did take place and men did walk on the moon.
 
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deirdre

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it's at 30 mins.
My own interpretation of this is that he's saying "a scariest part" didn't happen, in a bit of braggadocio,
he is. then someone in the audience reminds him of a circuit breaker, and the host tells him more loudly "the circuit breaker" and he tells the circuit breaker story which to normal people would have been a tad bit scary. But he blows it off at the end as no big deal. everything turned out fine.
 

AtomPages

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it's at 30 mins.

he is. then someone in the audience reminds him of a circuit breaker, and the host tells him more loudly "the circuit breaker" and he tells the circuit breaker story which to normal people would have been a tad bit scary. But he blows it off at the end as no big deal. everything turned out fine.
Perfect, thanks! My best google searching only turned up the clipped conspiracy results and of course none of them gave the source. This looks like a good watch.
 
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