Apollo 13- Part 2

Episode 334 · April 13th, 2018 · 28 mins 54 secs

About this Episode

I had some difficulties uploading today’s episode. I guess that’s what I get for talking about Apollo 13 on Friday the 13th ;)

Apologies for how I sound today, my allergies are epically bad today. We've got some massive space history milestones, so check out today's episode!

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Episode Links:

Mission Audio- Archive.org

Apollo 13 Command and Service Module (CSM)

The Flight of Apollo 13- NASA History

Detailed Chronology of Events Surrounding the Apollo 13 Accident

"Houston, We've Had a Problem"- James Lovell

Excerpts from Gene Kranz are from Failure Is Not An Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13 and Beyond. Get the book here:
Failure Is Not an Option: Mission Control from Mercury to Apollo 13 and Beyond- Amazon

Launch Schedule

The Book Apollo: The Race to the Moon by Charles Murray and Catherine Cox is also worth reading. I read it a few years ago and saw it on my bookshelf when I was going through researching Apollo 13. I haven't had time to read it again, but plan on doing so this summer.