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His skill as a research and test pilot certainly impressed Buzz Aldrin.
Armstrong flew the LEM while Aldrin manned the primitive flight computer.
Each page of the document is inscribed and signed by Aldrin, pushing its value to an estimated $175,000.
On the other was an equally weighty sensation, what Aldrin calls “magnificent desolation.”
Aldrin recounts his best years, those as an international hero, and worst years, when he was plagued by alcoholism and depression.