After NASA posted a picture of a recent "space selfie" taken outside the International Space Station on April 23, former astronaut Buzz Aldrin wanted to make something very clear. He did it first.
Buzz posted this photo to WhoSay — for a truly epic Throwback Thursday moment — which shows him smiling during the legendary Gemini 12 spacewalk orbiting Earth at 17,000 m.p.h back in 1966.
Buzz Aldrin on WhoSay
The 84-year-old captioned the photo, "@NASA I believe I get to claim the first EVA [extra-vehicular activity] selfie from space."
Pretty darn cool if you ask us! The New Jersey-native then followed this trip up with Apollo 11, which saw Buzz become the second man to walk on the moon following Neil Armstrong.
Needless to say, the man's had some incredible experiences!
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