NASA Astronaut Collins Remembered for ‘Carrying the Fire’

April 29, 2021 11:06 PM
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NASA Astronaut Michael Collins, who made history as part of the 1969 Apollo 11 crew to first land a person on the moon, has died at age 90.  In interviews with VOA's Kane Farabaugh, Collins reflected on the importance of the mission and the contributions of the astronauts of his era, while keeping a focus on the future of crewed spaceflight and exploration.

Producer and camera: Kane Farabaugh.