Anyone in the entire history of the Earth is a living or already deceased - located in this photo. In addition to one - Michael Collins - the pilot of the "Apollo-11" command module.
On July 20, 1969, in the orbit of the moon, a command-service and lunar module of the spacecraft took place, and Michael Collins remained alone on board the command module. At that moment, when Nile Armstrong and Edwin Oldrin descended to a lower orbit for subsequent landing on the moon, Michael Collins photographed their module, lunar surface and land.
The frame was destined to get into history: after all, only one person at that moment was behind the camera lens. All others - long-dead, living, or even not yet born - are on the blue planet or in the compartment of the lunar module.