In 1970, the Apollo 13 moon mission developed a critical fault. This movie is the story of what mission control did to try to get the astronauts back safely, and how the astronauts coped with being stranded in outer space
How Apollo 13's Dangerous Survival Mission Worked (Infographic) By Karl Tate, Infographics Artist Key facts about the Apollo 13 moon mission.
Apollo 13 Houston, We Have A Problem #infographic
Not published in LIFE. Marilyn Lovell, wife of astronaut Jim Lovell, and son Jeffrey at home during the Apollo 13 crisis, April 1970.
The math that saved Apollo 13
Remembering Apollo 13 - Astronauts Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert and Fred Haise head for Pad 39A and a voyage they will never forget. Apollo 13 was launched to the Moon on April 11, 1970.
Apollo 13, poster concept Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #1796
Bill Eppridge—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images Marilyn Lovell, wife of astronaut Jim Lovell, listens to the squawk box at home during the Apollo 13 crisis, April 1970
Handwritten notes from Apollo 13 commander Jim Lovell on how to make the crippled spacecraft perform a vital burn on the way back to Earth. (1970)
Apollo 13 mission patch - "Houston, we have a problem" Astronauts James A. Lovell, Jr., Fred W. Haise, Jr., and John L. Swigert, Jr. launched on April 11, 1970.