From the beginning, Apollo 13 was a disaster of epic proportions.
This movie tells the story of the catastrophic events of December 25, 1970.
The Apollo 13 crew and their families survived by the skin of their teeth.
The astronauts’ first assignment was to return to Earth with the space shuttle Discovery to begin an investigation of the moon.
As they neared the moon, the crew saw what looked like a fireball in the sky.
That’s when they decided to make an emergency landing in the lunar surface.
The fire started and quickly consumed the lunar module.
The crew’s mission commander, Buzz Aldrin, and first officer, Alan Bean, were killed when the module’s rocket motor exploded.
In the aftermath of the Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 disasters, the astronauts were forced to decide which mission was the right one to take on.
Aldrin’s decision to go with Neil Armstrong was met with immense grief by the people of Earth.
But the crew made a series of important decisions that shaped their future: They made a plan to return with the International Space Station (ISS) to the moon in the late 1970s; they landed on the moon and used its gravity to help them recover their equipment; and they used the Apollo lunar surface to conduct the first manned mission to Mars.
The story of Apollo 13 begins with a tragic accident.
This is the story you need to know about Apollo 13.
When the crew of Apollo 11 was preparing to launch from Cape Canaveral in Florida on August 25, 1969, the spacecraft exploded.
This was a result of the explosion of a rocket motor during a test of a new launch system called the Solid Rocket Booster (SRB).
The SRB exploded at a speed of over 1,500 miles per hour (2,500 kilometers per hour) and caused severe damage to the spacecraft and the capsule.
The blast also destroyed the lunar modules that the crew was carrying and damaged their parachutes.
During the investigation, astronauts discovered a small, orange, glowing sphere that was the only object they could see from the ground.
The mission planners thought it was an object that might be a meteor.
But as they prepared for their return to the Moon, the object caught their attention.
A large piece of the craft came loose and hit the hatch of the hatch leading to the cabin.
It was then discovered that the object had not only been launched from the surface of the Moon but also had landed on Mars.
This revelation was not lost on the crew.
Astronauts Scott Carpenter and Michael Collins were both in the first stage of the space shuttles.
They were separated from the rest of the crew and were the only ones to make it back to Earth safely.
After the mission, they found that their parachuting gear had been severely damaged.
After this accident, the team decided to reroute the spacecraft for a longer trip back to the surface.
However, this new route was also not a safe one.
The spacecraft’s attitude was already too unstable to land on the Moon.
They had to wait for the lunar soil to cool down.
They could not get much closer to the lander than the surface at this point.
It would be almost a year before they could land on Mars, which would have required them to fly more than three times as far.
The decision to return on the next shuttle was made based on a plan developed by Scott Carpenter, a veteran astronaut, and Michael Brown, an inexperienced engineer.
Carpenter was working for NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) at Marshall, Texas, and Brown was working as a member of the NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) at Moffett Field, California.
The plan called for the shuttle to fly a distance of 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) to Mars, where the crew would land in the Mars Valley and conduct an orbital rendezvous.
After completing this rendezvous, the orbiter would fly back to MSFC, where it would rendezvous with the landers.
The orbiter could then fly to the lunar shore, where astronauts would spend three months waiting for Mars.
When they landed, they would use the landable module to transport the crew to the International Center for Scientific Research in Rome, Italy, where they would undergo an extensive series of tests.
During this time, they also developed a new type of rocket motor.
The new rocket motor was called the LRV.
The launch vehicle was called Apollo 15, and it was powered by a new, high-thrust rocket motor called the RL-10.
The rocket was designed to travel at a maximum of 1.8 million feet (360 meters) per second (1.2 million kilometers per second), and it had a top speed of 533 miles per second.
During flight, the rocket was ignited using a propellant tank with a liquid hydrogen propellant.
The liquid hydrogen fuel burned for several seconds before the rocket exploded, and the liquid hydrogen burned up on the