In memory of the Apollo 13 mission (1970-April 11-17) – A successful failure

On April 11, 1970, Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert and Fred Haise, three NASA astronauts aboard Saturn V from the Kennedy Space Center for a major mission, finally abandoned the mission due to a fault in the oxygen tank in the service module and orbited the South South spacecraft on April 17. Down.


The extraordinary courage of those three, and the story of the sincerity and determination of a group of men, including Eugene Kranz, who worked tirelessly to bring their colleagues back to Earth at any cost in the Houston mission control room.

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