Apollo 13 Аполлон 13

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04/11/1970 19:13:00
04/17/1970 18:07:41
5 d 22 h 54 m 41 s
(142 h 54 m 41 s)
1.5
1 001 443 km
Odyssey
Aquarius
John W. Young, Commander
Charles M. Duke Jr., Lunar Module Pilot
John L. Swigert Jr., Command Module Pilot

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James Lovell
(Commander)

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Astronaut No. 23

Astronaut of the USA No. 12

Lovell: 4th flight

Cumulative time: 29 d 19 h 4 m 55 s
(715 h 4 m 55 s)

John Swigert
(Command Module Pilot)

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Astronaut No. 46

Astronaut of the USA No. 25

Swigert: 1st flight

Cumulative time: 5 d 22 h 54 m 41 s
(142 h 54 m 41 s)

Fred Haise
(Lunar Module Pilot)

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Astronaut No. 47

Astronaut of the USA No. 26

Haise: 1st flight

Cumulative time: 5 d 22 h 54 m 41 s
(142 h 54 m 41 s)


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First Crew: Fred Haies, James Lovell, Thomas Mattingly.

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Trajectory of Apollo 13.

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View of the severely damaged Apollo 13 Service Module.

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John Swigert in LM.

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Fred Haise in LM.

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James Lovell in LM.

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Lunar Module just after the LM had been jettisoned.

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The Apollo 13 spacecraft heads toward a splashdown in the South Pacific Ocean.

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The Apollo 13 spacecraft splashdown in the South Pacific Ocean.

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Flight Directors: Griffin, Kranz, Lunney and Windler
after the successful splashdown of Apollo 13.

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The crew leaves Apollo 13 after splashdown.

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Crew meeting in Hawaii.

The longest flight:
12/04/1965 13 d 18 h 35 m 01 s (330 h 35 m 1 s) Frank Borman and James Lovell

The largest number of flights: 4 Lovell

The most cumulative time in space: 29 d 22 h 4 m 55 s (718 h 4 m 55 s) James Lovell

Seventh manned flight on the program Apollo. Apollo 13 was supposed to land on the moon. An explosion on board forced Apollo 13 to circle the moon without landing. James Lovell fourth space flight. James Lovell second flight to the moon. James Lovell have the most cumulative time in space.


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