Apollo 13 Lunar Expedition The Story of Dealing with Accidents – part 1

Space is like a huge ocean. There is no end to our curiosity about this unknown place. That is why we have been constantly exploring space for life or fuel at different times. Specially designed spaceships are required to reach this place. You have to operate a spacecraft much like a ship at sea. In the event of a shipwreck or boat sinking at sea, passengers can jump into the water and appeal for help. But if a spaceship or spacecraft crashes into the sky outside of Earth, can astronauts jump like those passengers on a ship?

Of course not. Water and space are not one. But what if the spacecraft lacks fuel or electricity? What if it is dilated? Simply put, what would happen to the passengers of a spaceship if something like a shipwreck happened at sea? On the one hand you will lose contact with the earth, on the other hand you will not have enough fuel or oxygen to return to the earth. They will be lost forever.

Nowadays, however, technology has improved a lot. But this was not the case in 1970. As the first two missions of NASA’s Apollo mission were successful, everyone seemed to be becoming very confident. This extra confidence became tomorrow during the Apollo 13 mission. For the first time in space, a spacecraft crashed. However, the team of three astronauts returned to Earth from that state. But how was that possible? If you listen to its explanation, it will feel like a science fiction thriller! It was a successful campaign wrapped in failure. A detailed report on the Apollo 13 mission was published in New Yorker Magazine on November 3, 1982. That report is consistently presented in this book.

Space is like a huge ocean. There is no end to our curiosity about this unknown place. That is why we have been constantly exploring space for life or fuel at different times. Specially designed spaceships are required to reach this place. You have to operate a spacecraft much like a ship at sea. In the event of a shipwreck or boat sinking at sea, passengers can jump into the water and appeal for help. But if a spaceship or spacecraft crashes into the sky outside of Earth, can astronauts jump like those passengers on a ship?

Of course not. Water and space are not one. But what if the spacecraft lacks fuel or electricity? What if it is dilated? Simply put, what would happen to the passengers of a spaceship if something like a shipwreck happened at sea? On the one hand you will lose contact with the earth, on the other hand you will not have enough fuel or oxygen to return to the earth. They will be lost forever.

Nowadays, however, technology has improved a lot. But this was not the case in 1970. As the first two missions of NASA’s Apollo mission were successful, everyone seemed to be becoming very confident. This extra confidence became tomorrow during the Apollo 13 mission. For the first time in space, a spacecraft crashed. However, the team of three astronauts returned to Earth from that state. But how was that possible? If you listen to its explanation, it will feel like a science fiction thriller! It was a successful campaign wrapped in failure. A detailed report on the Apollo 13 mission was published in New Yorker Magazine on November 3, 1982. In this book, the report is presented consecutively on 13 April 1980; A very small flame of light was seen in the far western sky shortly after 9 pm central time on Monday night. It looked like they were expanding somewhere far away from our galaxy. Engineers at the manned spacecraft center near Houston, Texas, also caught sight of the distant sky. They were observing the movement of the Apollo-13 spacecraft that flew two days ago. The spacecraft was then one day away from the moon and was scheduled to land on the moon two days later.

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