Sorry NASA, THIS Is the First Space Selfie

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Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, is claiming the first EVA selfie.

Apr 24, 2014 | 02:26 PM

The battle of the selfies has gone extraterrestrial.

Apollo 11 astrounaut, and second man to walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin posted an epic selfie—Throwback Thursday edition—on WhoSay.

The out of this world picture shows Aldrin smiling to the camera during the legendary astronaut's Gemini 12 spacewalk orbiting Earth at 17,000 m.p.h. 

"@NASA I believe I get to claim the first EVA selfie from space," wrote Buzz in his WhoSay post.  

Buzz's post is a response to a NASA Instagram post that shows a recent space selfie taken April 23 outside the International Space Station. 

Who do you think deserves to claim the first Extra Vehicular Activity space selfie?

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