This is absolutely incredulous, requiring one to connect with ancient astronaut theories or Atlantis myths.
Buzz Aldrin is a retired astronaut and part of the first lunar landing of Apollo 11.
The idea is that the toy version of Buzz Lightyear was based on a "real" astronaut hero, but he refused to acknowledge his toy status.
Located within Sawgrass Mill Mall, the indoor park doesn't have any roller coasters, but it does have a collection of exhibits that let kids get a taste for being an astronaut, radio broadcaster, firefighter and more.
As if that weren't enough, the Speedmaster was also worn by both American astronaut Tom Stafford and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Leonov on the famous Apollo-Soyuz space rendezvouz.
Her work has been credited by many, including NASA astronaut Mae Jemison and Whoopi Goldberg, as an inspiration that they could be who they wanted to be.
When visiting Epcot, be sure to take a turn on Mission: SPACE, which throws you into the role of an astronaut on your first mission.
He said he was a lawyer, an astronaut, a doctor… He would go on dates with women and put something in their drink, and rape them.
Arty the Part Time Astronaut is an adorably creative site that teaches children about outer space and aeronautical history.
Million Dollar Man - While not fully a robot, astronaut Steve Austin of the 6 Million Dollar Man TV series became a bionic human with legs, an arm and even one eye replaced by robotic implants that transformed him into a superhuman.