Women:The Austin Experience Episode 1 (by TheAustinExperience)
In June 2009, Aldrin told LIFE: “This shot was not posed. Neil [Armstrong] told me to turn around, and that’s why my hand is up in the air, sort of casual. When people ask me—and they do ask me all the time—what it is that’s so significant about this picture, I can’t resist answering: ‘Location, location, location!’”
It is arguably the most famous photograph ever taken: Apollo 11 astronaut Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin walks on the moon. Check out 21 of the Greatest Space Photographs Ever Taken.