Buzz Aldrin and Larry Bell
Buzz Aldrin, globally renowned as one of the first two humans to travel to the Moon, is a West Point graduate, former USAF Korean War combat pilot, MIT doctorate recipient and NASA Gemini 12 mission pilot.
Buzz undertook three pioneering Gemini spacewalks, was instrumental in establishing underwater astronaut training, developed the Aldrin Cycler Mars spacecraft trajectory concept and is Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient.
Larry Bell is an Endowed Professor of Space Architecture at the University of Houston where he founded the Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture and Space Architecture Graduate Program.
Larry, former NASA Johnson Space Center Chief Engineer Max Faget, and two other partners also co-founded Space Industries, Inc., where Neil Armstrong and two retired NASA JSC Directors served as board members.