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Buzz Aldrin's Apollo 11 jacket worn during historic moon mission sells for €2.7 million at auction

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The jacket worn by Buzz Aldrin on his historic mission to the moon has become the most valuable American space artefact ever sold at auction. But how much did it go for?

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