Micheal Collins dies at 90


Micheal Collins, one of the three group individuals from the primary monitored mission to arrive on the Moon, Apollo 11 out of 1969 - has passed on at 90, his family say. 

He passed on Wednesday after "a brave fight with disease. He spent his last days calmly, with his family close by," they said. 

Collins remained in lunar circle as his associates Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin strolled on the Moon. 

Aldrin, 91, is currently the solitary enduring individual from the mission. 

Honoring Collins, Aldrin wrote in a tweet: "Dear Mike, Wherever you have been or will be, you will consistently have the Fire to Carry us deftly higher than ever and to what's to come. We will miss you. May you Rest In Peace."

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