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I. Title. 0. Cover Illustration: David A. Hardy / Photo Researchers, Inc. (Artist’s rendering of the explosion on Apollo 13). com for more information! Library Ed. ISBN 978-0-7660-4075-5 Library Ed. ISBN 978-0-7660-4076-2 Library Ed.
3 In Houston, the only sound from the radio was static. Image Credit: AP Images / J. Spencer Jones An enormous crowd at Grand Central Station in New York City watches a large television screen waiting for the safe splashdown of Apollo 13. A Successful Failure Three minutes went by. There was dead silence in the control room. Anxiously, everyone watched the large screen overhead. There were color television cameras aboard the aircraft carrier USS Iwo Jima and in a helicopter in the recovery area.
It had oxygen and an engine. 3 There was no choice if the crew were to stay alive until Houston could figure out what to do. 4 Kranz ordered the crew to shut down Odyssey and climb into the lunar module. It was a race to see if the crew could get Aquarius powered up in time. Image Credit: NASA History Office The explosion in the service module had destroyed one of the oxygen tanks and caused the other one to leak. If the crew remained in the command module when the oxygen tank emptied, they would die.
All About Volcanoes by Bill Kirk