Presentation on theme: "Euclid Middle School Space Odyssey Period 6 Liftoff was on Saturday, April 11 th 1970 at 1:13 PM The Saturn V Rocket was carrying Odyssey and Aquarius."— Presentation transcript:
Euclid Middle School Space Odyssey Period 6
Liftoff was on Saturday, April 11 th 1970 at 1:13 PM The Saturn V Rocket was carrying Odyssey and Aquarius. Their objective was to land the Aquarius on the Moon Minor vibrations for 5 ½ minutes after takeoff
JJames A. Lovell, Jr. (4) CCommander JJohn L. Swigert (1) CCommand Module Pilot FFred W. Haise, Jr. (1) LLunar Module Pilot KKen Mattingly was originally going to be the Command Module pilot but he contracted rubella which is a German smallpox.
Goals: Orbit a manned spacecraft around Earth, Investigate man’s ability to function in space and recover both man and spacecraft safely. Freedom 7, Liberty Bell 7, Friendship 7, Aurora 7, Sigma 7, Faith 7 Cone-shaped one man capsule
Goals: To subject man and equipment to space flight up to two weeks in duration, dock with orbiting vehicles and to maneuver the docked combination by propulsion system. Gemini I-XII Included the first spacewalk.
When they were flying to the moon, at a distance of 321,866 KM from Earth, one of the service module from the number two oxygen tank exploded. A fire increased pressure beyond its nominal (1000 PSI) limit, and either the tank or the tank dome failed. The failure also damaged the first tank or its plumbing.
Tom Hanks played Jim Lovell Kevin Bacon played Jack Swigert Bill Paxton played Fred Haise $355,237,933 earnings worldwide Best Film Editing and Best Sound Mixing in 1996
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