APOLLO 13 By: Ryan Yamauchi. Goal The goal of the Apollo 13 mission was to land on the Moon. The goal of the Apollo 13 mission was to land on the Moon.

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APOLLO 13 By: Ryan Yamauchi Slide 2 Goal The goal of the Apollo 13 mission was to land on the Moon. The goal of the Apollo 13 mission was to land on the Moon. Slide 3 Crew James A. Lovell- Commander John L. Swigert- CM Pilot Fred W. Haise- LM Pilot Slide 4 Ken Mattingly Ken Mattingly was the original LM Pilot, but he was replaced by Fred Haise 3 days before the launch, after being exposed to German measles. Ken Mattingly was the original LM Pilot, but he was replaced by Fred Haise 3 days before the launch, after being exposed to German measles. Slide 5 Launch The mission was launched on April 11, 1970 at 1:13pm. Slide 6 Two days into the flight, the astronauts aboard the spacecraft heard a loud crashing sound which caused fluctuations in the electrical power. Slide 7 The astronauts initially thought they had been hit by an meteoroid, but later discovered that one of their two oxygen tanks had exploded. The astronauts initially thought they had been hit by an meteoroid, but later discovered that one of their two oxygen tanks had exploded. Slide 8 They eventually decided that a moon landing would be unsafe and that the best plan would be to get the astronauts back home. Slide 9 One major problem was that there was too much carbon dioxide in the space craft. The engineers eventually figured out a way to get the lithium hydroxide (capable of removing carbon dioxide) from the Command Module to the Lunar Module Slide 10 Another problem was that there was not enough energy to power up the space craft after the shutting down the command module. Another problem was that there was not enough energy to power up the space craft after the shutting down the command module. Engineers on Earth developed a new protocol to save enough energy aboard the spacecraft. Engineers on Earth developed a new protocol to save enough energy aboard the spacecraft. Slide 11 The spacecraft finally landed in the Pacific Ocean on April 17, 1970. The spacecraft finally landed in the Pacific Ocean on April 17, 1970. Slide 12 VIDEO Start at 2:30 Slide 13 Works Cited "Apollo 13 Accident." Welcome to the NSSDC! Web. 13 Mar. 2011.. "Apollo 13 Mission Overview." Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI). Web. 13 Mar. 2011.. Jones, Lynda. "Apollo 13 takes a dive." Science World 52.3 (1995): 12. MAS Ultra - School Edition. EBSCO. Web. 13 Mar. 2011. "One minute with The Apollo 13 astronauts." New Scientist 208.2792/2793 (2010): 03. MAS Ultra - School Edition. EBSCO. Web. 13 Mar. 2011.

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