Melbourne: Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, thought that the moon was "desolate" not "beautiful" as described by Neil Armstrong, who was the first to walk the moon.
In an interview that aired in the UK on Friday night, Aldrin said that Armstrong had an optimistic way of using the word "beautiful".
But when he looked out, it wasn`t beautiful. It was desolate - "totally lifeless," according to News.com.au.
Aldrin was also quizzed about whether Armstrong had prepared his infamous "one step for man" line, saying Armstrong had time to think about it while they prepared for the moon landing.