Wellington, May 31 (ANI): A day after attending the New York premiere of the post-apocalyptic thriller, 'After Earth', legendary astronaut Buzz Aldrin admits that the film was a great family drama, but the space scenes were not realistic.
His main point of contention was that there was a lot of noise, as he said that "in space, you don't get that much noise," Stuff.co.nz reported.
Aldrin, who followed Neil Armstrong onto the surface of the moon during the historic Apollo 11 landing in 1969, said that "noise doesn't propagate in a vacuum. We talked over headsets."
"Fortunately, we were free of static. We could communicate with each other pretty clearly, and mission control, though we were 50,000 miles away," he said. (ANI)