How Apollo 13's Dangerous Survival Mission Worked (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist Key facts about the Apollo 13 moon mission.

How Apollo Dangerous Survival Mission Worked (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist Key facts about the Apollo 13 moon mission.

Best Homecomings in Movie History: Apollo 13 - Thoughts on Real Estate - Coldwell Banker Blue Matter

"Apollo In recreating the troubled space mission, Apollo 13 pulls no punches: it's a masterfully told drama from director Ron Howard, bolstered by an ensemble of solid performances.

Not published in LIFE. Marilyn Lovell, wife of astronaut Jim Lovell, and son Jeffrey at home during the Apollo 13 crisis, April 1970.

Apollo 13: LIFE With the Lovell Family During 'NASA's Finest Hour'

Marilyn Lovell, wife of astronaut Jim Lovell, and son Jeffrey at home during the Apollo 13 crisis, April Photo by Bill Eppridge.

Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13 and Beyond

Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13 and Beyond

Failure Is Not an Option by Gene Kranz - This memoir of a veteran NASA flight director tells riveting stories from the early days of the Mercury program through.

“Houston, we have a problem”   — a major fucking problem!!!! Boy better settle his ass down!!!! T.f.

“Houston, we have a problem” — a major fucking problem! Boy better settle his ass down!

Apollo 13 damaged Service Module. April 17, 1970.

Apollo damaged Service Module, as photographed from the Command Module after being jettisoned

April 17, 1970: The safe return of Apollo 13 astronauts after their lunar-landing mission encountered catastrophic technical failures.  From left to right, Lunar Module pilot, Fred W. Haise, Mission Commander, James A. "Jim" Lovell and Command Module pilot, John L. "Jack" Swigert (1931-1982).

With all due respect, sir, I believe this is gonna be our finest hour. Apollo 13 astronauts Fred Haise, Jim Lovell and Jack Swigart

humanoidhistory:  “February 4, 1970 – Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell practices flag deployment for a moon landing he’ll never make.  ”

humanoidhistory: “February 4, 1970 – Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell practices flag deployment for a moon landing he’ll never make. ”

The math that saved Apollo 13. #brilliant #mathsaveslivesdidntyouknow

The Math That Saved Apollo 13 Just Sold for $388,375

Apollo 13 was to be the third mission to land on the Moon. An explosion in one of the oxygen tanks crippled the spacecraft during flight and the crew were forced to orbit the Moon and return to the Earth without landing.

Apollo 13 Houston, We Have A Problem #infographic

Astronauts of Apollo 13 aboard the USS Iwo Jima on April 17, 1970. The total flight time since liftoff was 5 days, 22 hours, 54 minutes, and 41 seconds.

Apollo 13 Astronauts Haise, Lovell, and Swigert board the U. Iwo Jima after their historic 'successful failure'.

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