Let's just crown Buzz Aldrin King of National Selfie Day. We can celebrate our ongoing and passionate love affair with snapping photos of ourselves, but our Earth-bound snaps can't possibly achieve the same glorious heights as Aldrin's first space selfie.
The former astronaut responded to a fan's wish that he tweeted from space by reminding us of his photographic feat.
"I would have loved to see @TheRealBuzz tweeting from the moon. That alone would have made the trip worthwhile," wrote Twitter user Fred Bones.
Last year, the 89-year-old former astronaut was quick to respond.
"No tweets but I did take the first selfie! In, from space! That was one expensive selfie stick!" he tweeted.
Aldrin took the shot during NASA's 1966 Gemini 12 mission, which was his first spaceflight and focused on extravehicular activity (EVA). In 2015, a vintage print of the selfie sold for around $9,200 at an auction in London.
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