Apollo 7 astronaut Cunningham dies at age 90 – NASA
WASHINGTON — Walter Cunningham, who flew into space as an astronaut aboard Apollo 7, died on Tuesday, January 3, at age 90, NASA said.
“Walt Cunningham was a fighter pilot, physicist, and an entrepreneur – but, above all, he was an explorer,” NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said in a statement.
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