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Philip Chapman, first Australian-born NASA astronaut, dies at 86

Submit on Wednesday, April 7th, 2021 22:37

An Apollo-era NASA astronaut who was the first person born in Australia to train for a spaceflight, Philip Chapman died at age 86, having never made it into orbit.

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