Buzz Aldrin’s Apollo 11 jacket up for auction | USA TODAY

The In-flight Jacket worn by Buzz Aldrin on his journey to the moon and back is featured as part of Sotheby's Geek Week in New York.

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Start saving your money, space fans: Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin's moon landing jacket is up for auction next week.

The only space-flown garment from NASA's Apollo 11 mission still in private hands, the coverall is expected to fetch bids of $1 million to $2 million, according to the sale organizer, Sotheby's.

The coat is one of a slew of items owned by the astronaut that will be up for auction on Tuesday, Sotheby's spokeswoman Anna Tisi confirmed to USA TODAY on Friday.

"After deep consideration, the time felt right to share these items with the world, which for many are symbols of a historical moment, but for me have always remained personal mementos of a life dedicated to science and exploration," Aldrin said in a statement released to USA TODAY.

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