Buzz Aldrin visits the Reagan Library

MEETING AN INSPIRATION - Royal High School teacher John Downey and daughter Jordan, 5, greet former astronaut Buzz Aldrin as he signs a copy of his book “Look to the Stars” for them at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Saturday, June 8.

MEETING AN INSPIRATION – Royal High School teacher John Downey and daughter Jordan, 5, greet former astronaut Buzz Aldrin as he signs a copy of his book “Look to the Stars” for them at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Saturday, June 8.

CLOSE ENCOUNTER - Ventura resident Elizabeth Peck, 7, shyly peeks through the crowd as she waits in line to get a glimpse of former astronaut Buzz Aldrin signing books at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Saturday, June 8.

CLOSE ENCOUNTER – Ventura resident Elizabeth Peck, 7, shyly peeks through the crowd as she waits in line to get a glimpse of former astronaut Buzz Aldrin signing books at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Saturday, June 8.

MOON MAN - Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin signs copies of his new books “Mission to Mars” and “Look to the Stars” at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Saturday, June 8.

MOON MAN – Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin signs copies of his new books “Mission to Mars” and “Look to the Stars” at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Saturday, June 8.

ASPIRING ASTRONAUT - A young child gave former astronaut Buzz Aldrin a handmade drawing of a man planting the American flag on the moon, surrounded by planets and the space shuttle, during his book signing at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Saturday, June 8.

ASPIRING ASTRONAUT – A young child gave former astronaut Buzz Aldrin a handmade drawing of a man planting the American flag on the moon, surrounded by planets and the space shuttle, during his book signing at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Saturday, June 8.

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