Astronaut Dick Gordon, who helped pilot Apollo 12 to the moon in the second lunar landing in 1969, has died at his California home at age 88, according to NASA. “NASA and the nation have lost one of our early space pioneers. We send our condolences to the family and loved ones of Gemini and...
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