Apollo II astronaut Michael Collins dies at 90
Michael Collins, who flew Apollo 11 and his crew members on July 20, 1969, became the first to land on the moon. He died on Wednesday after battling cancer. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin were his crewmates. Collins was alone for nearly 28 hours before Armstrong and Aldrin finished their tasks on the moon's surface and lifted off in the lunar lander.
Collins was responsible for re-docking the two spacecraft before the men could begin heading back to Earth. Had something gone wrong and Aldrin and Armstrong been stuck on the moon's surface, a real fear Collins would have returned to Earth alone.
He also served as a fighter pilot in the Army and retired as a Major General. He was born in 1930 to a US Army officer. His family on his death "mike always faced his challenges of life with grace and humility, and faced this, his final challenge in the same way."
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