Apollo 13 Flight Directors applaud the successful splashdown of the Command Module. In the background Robert Gilruth, Director, Manned Spacecraft Center and Chris Kraft, Deputy Director, light up cigars.
Wanna Build a Rocket? NASA’s About to Give Away a Mountain of Its Code BY ROBERT MCMILLAN Inside the Launch Control Center, personnel watch as the Saturn V rocket carrying the Apollo 11 astronauts lifts off the launch pad on July Image: NASA
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Today marks the Anniversary of launch of Apollo The Sucessful Failure that, despite a crippling explosion to the oxygen tank, managed to bring NASA astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise, and Jack Swigert back to Earth safely.
April --- A group of six astronauts and two flight controllers monitor the console activity in the Mission Operations Control Room (MOCR) of the Mission Control Center (MCC) during the problem-plagued Apollo 13 lunar landing mission.