Astronomer Brendan Owens from the Royal Observatory Greenwich in London told Express.co.uk the astronaut had a much more lighthearted experience overall.
The Apollo expert said: “He also had the spectacular announcement of saying ‘Whoopee’ when he stepped down the ladder.
“And you can’t really be too elegant in those Extravehicular Activity (EVA) suits, in their astronaut suits, they’re quite large.
“They’re a little bit clumsy and they tried to practice their best when on Earth but there’s nothing quite like being on the surface of the Moon.”
The whole world remembers Neil Armstrong’s powerful first words on the Moon: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”