Astronauts and the world mourn death of Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins


People around the world are mourning the death of Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins, who piloted the command module for the first-ever moon landing in 1969. 

Collins, 90, had been battling cancer for some time, and the news of his death became public today (April 28). “He spent his final days peacefully, with his family by his side. Mike always faced the challenges of life with grace and humility, and faced this, his final challenge, in the same way,” his family shared in a statement. “We will miss him terribly. Yet we also know how lucky Mike felt to have lived the life he did.” 





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